Architectural Digest recently ranked the top 15 best designs for university dining halls in the world. Eustis Chair is thrilled (but not surprised) to see many of our clients and chairs featured in their countdown.
2022 was a unique year in the design world. We saw influences from the pandemic linger, while aesthetic revivals and new fads emerged throughout the year. While some trends are sure to stay, others may soon disappear, burning out as quickly as they had sparked interest.
What is Reproduction Furniture? Reproduction furniture mimics an antique design to produce new furniture with a historical flare. This can be useful for lots of reasons. You might need to match existing furniture from the past. Or perhaps you simply enjoy an antique aesthetic.
The strength of a chair directly correlates to the strength of the joint. Long ago, chairs were actually made by joiners before chair-making became a profession in the 1800s. Along with doors, tables, and stairs, these craftsmen used their knowledge of joints to make
Importance of Chairs to Architects Why are chairs so important to architecture? Even most large-scale building designers have produced chair models. This tradition is explained by art historian Agata Toromanoff in 2016. In her book Chairs by Architects, Toromanoff says that architects often turn
The University Club chair is a Chippendale-inspired construction. In fact, it is both palatial and stackable. Its woodworking composition blends Chippendale-era style with Renaissance- and Rococo-era ideals. Design elemants include harmonious decoration, represented best in the rear rail via rolling arcs and chiseled touches. These details preserve sloping carving detail, drawing the eye to the diamond near the top of the crowning slat.
Table aprons are pieces of wood that jut downward underneath the top surface, sometimes called the “skirt” or “skirting.” This vertical piece of wood beneath the table top is there to provide beam support and hide any braces, corner blocks, or other mechanical pieces on
Terms like “green living,” “eco-friendly” and “sustainability” are often thrown around in discussions about furniture. But what do they actually mean? Let’s break it down At their root, the above phrases can be used interchangeably to mean being kind to the planet. To
Eustis Chair recently provided The Acorn Club with 120 Louis 10-60 stacking chairs. We worked directly with the General Manager, Jennifer Gallagher, and the Food & Beverage Manager, Lauren Randall. Their member/designer, Barbara Eberlein of Eberlein Design Consultants, selected the chair upholstery and finish color.
When your institution hosts a wedding, seating arrangements are an important task. Often discussed is the issue of deciding who should sit where. But there should also be plenty of attention given to the actual seats themselves. Wedding chairs must serve several functions.
Eustis Chair recently manufactured 20 chairs for the Gillioz Theatre. Located in Springfield, Missouri, this historic theater wanted new seats for its box seating area. With new stackable wood chairs from Eustis Chair, the Gillioz will be able to put out the exact number of chairs needed for patrons to sit during each performance.