Amazon is combining brushed Emeco 1006 Navy Chairs and Emeco stools, made of recycled aluminum, in their dining rooms at the Headquarters in Japan. Stunning panoramic views from the lifts at Amazon.co.jp. Interiors by Zac-Zac construction.
We have just updated our website with a bottle counter showing the number of recycled PET bottles being saved from landfills since the start of our collaboration with Coca-Cola. Every 7 seconds, one bottle goes into the production of the 111 Navy Chair. Follow the count and calculate how many bottles you can save on www.emeco.net.
Emeco at Downtown Design fair in Dubai 2013. Marking Emeco’s first show in Dubai, CEO Gregg Buchbinder engaged the audience with a special talk on Making Things That Last, Design Process; Handmade products and the use of Recycled Materials. Read more here.
The Emeco 1006 Navy Chair, was first made in 1944 for the US Navy. Today, nearly 70 years in the making, the 1006 Navy chairs are as popular with the US Government as ever. Featured here, is a brand new military dining facility, designed by Pam Wick from Interior Concept.
Emeco upholstered Navy Chairs at the new exciting shared work space concept Neuehouse in New York. The Rockwell architects behind the project explains it as “A work space where individual entrepreneurs and small companies can call home, and foster community”. Visit http://www.neuehouse.com/. Photo by Rockwell
Green Emeco Broom Chairs installed at the New Baltimore Design School. The architecture and design by Ziger Snead shows excellent adaptive reuse of the abandoned historic factory in the station North Arts district of Baltimore City. The building becomes a wonderful blend of reuse, renovation and educational design, all in a sustainable manner. Read more here.
Emeco Stools, made by recycled aluminum, designed by Philippe Starck, installed at the The Juvia Rooftop in Miami. The design firm Alejandro Barrios Carreros Design recently won the 2013 James Beard Foundation Award for The best restaurant design or renovation in North America with the work on Juvia, Miami Beach. Read more here. Photo by Michael Stavardis.
Emeco Icon barstools by Philippe Starck, handmade using 80% recycled aluminum, installed at the Sky Lounge bar located on the 11th floor of the beautiful Hotel Avasa in Hyderabad, India. Architecture by Poole Associates Private Limited. Photo by Bharath Ramamarutham at Graf Publishing Pvt Ltd, Goa.
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