Run is a collection of tables, benches and shelves by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, designers of the simple and no-nonsense. Run effortlessly finds balance in both indoor and outdoor landscapes suited for meeting, eating, learning, sharing and working. Made of responsibly selected, sustainable materials and engineered to last, Run is right for a multitude of uses at home, for hospitality and in the workplace.
- Frame: Recycled Aluminum - Clear Anodized or Black Powder Coated Aluminum
- Top: Recycled Aluminum or Responsibly harvested wood - Ash and Walnut
- Length: 216.5 cm / 85.2 inch
- Width: 41 cm / 16.2 inch
- Height: 45 cm / 17.7 inch
- All benches with aluminum seats are suitable for outdoor use
- The Platform and Bookend (one sided or two sided) accessories help delineate spatial and functional divisions for the tables and shelf. They are available in 2 different wood finishes (Ash and Walnut). Contact us for availability and pricing.
Make chairs lightweight and make them strong, build them for a lifetime. That is Emeco’s mission. Aluminum is the obvious choice, engineered for practical purposes, designed by real people. Forming, welding, grinding, heat-treating, finishing, anodizing are just a few of the 77 steps it takes to build an Emeco chair. No one else makes chairs this way. No one can. It takes a human eye to know when the process is done right, and it takes human hands to get it that way. Their goal: Make recycling obsolete and keep making things that last. In 2006 Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
Emeco Run 4-Seat Bench Designed by:
- Sam Hecht & Kim Colin
Sam Hecht & Kim Colin
Same Hecht - England, 1969 / Kim Colin - US
Hecht and Colin at their core embody two contrasting worldviews. He is a native Londoner, educated as an industrial designer, contemplative, and drawn to essential simplicity. She is a Californian, trained as an architect, effusive, and drawn to use the sensibilities of her discipline—emotion, scale, landscape, culture—to inform design.
“Each of us is from a different part of the world,” notes Colin, “and we collaborate constantly about ideas, methods, and opinions. Our work is never created in cultural isolation, and therefore our office behaves like a good, condensed international neighborhood, which is efficient, energetic, and pleasurable.”
Since founding their studio, Industrial Facility, in 2002, Hecht and Colin have used their “worldly views” to design objects that range in scale from the diminutive to the architectural. In addition to their work with Herman Miller, they have designed products for Yamaha (Japan), Mattiazzi (Italy), Issey Miyake (Japan), Established & Sons (UK), Louis Vuitton and Tectona (France), and Muji (Japan). Originally, in 2008 Herman Miller asked both Kim and Sam to become retained creative advisors.