Durable Hardwood Chairs
Boston-based architects Amsler Mashek MacLean recently specified Eustis Chair for two more Massachusetts libraries. These two libraries include Lakeville Public Library and Oak Bluffs Public Library on Martha’s Vineyard. Each library got two or three different chairs with one common thread. All chairs were elegant and durable hardwood chairs built to meet the test of time.
We love working with architects for libraries. Similarly, libraries are a core part of our business. In fact, our mission is to create elegant looking chairs that are comfortable and durable enough to last for decades. Libraries are some of the highest use (and sat in) institutions. Therefore, most publicly funded libraries cannot afford to replace their chairs every couple years. Most cheaply made hardwood chairs break at the joint from overuse and bad design. However, our chairs are made with patented joint technology. Our craftspeople use steel rods to reinforce each joint. They also inject retrograde epoxy around the steel rods to add stability and longevity to the chair.
No matter how you phrase it, our joint stability is unmatched. However, no one should forget the comfort of our chairs. We engineer our chairs specifically for comfortable seating for hours of entertainment.