111 Navy Chairs at Avenues School NYC. A converted Cass Gilbert-designed landmark made into a state-of-the-art school facility. The Chelsea campus has 600 linear feet of street and park frontage, including a 200-foot “dining porch” overlooking the High Line. Architecture and interior design by Perkins Eastman and Bonetti/Kozerski Read more here. Photo by Luca Pioltelli
Emeco’s 111 Navy chairs at popular London restaurant and club, House of Wolf. Described as “Victorian lair for pleasure-seeking gastronomes” the site on Upper Street Islington embraces the features of the original 1830’s pub perfectly mixed with contemporary design features, experimental food and inventive cocktails.
Voith & Mactavish Architects on using the 111 Navy chairs at Millbrook School NYC - “Many of our educational institution clients are enthusiastic about sustainable design measures like the 111 Navy Chair, because their commitment to environmental sustainability flows naturally from their mission to educate future generations”, says Daniela Holt Voith AIA, LEED AP, founding principal of Voith & Mactavish Architects.
Red 111 Navy chairs at outdoor café within Space Asia Hub, the new flagship showroom designed by WOHA. The retail environment spans 40,000 sq ft across three blocks at Bencoolen street in the midst of the arts and entertainment district of Singapore. All furniture displays in the showroom are complete entities, including the Emeco café with 111 Navy Chairs, made of recycled Coca-Cola bottles. photo by Patrick Bingham-Hall.
Emeco at the Coca-Cola Hospitality Centre at the Olympic Park in London 2012. Made of recycled Coke bottles the 111 Navy Chair plays a given part in Coca-Cola’s new Ekocycle initiative, raising awareness of reuse and recycling. Don’t miss the 111 Navy Chairs in the Olympic debut of the Ekocycle advert http://youtu.be/rW6HrXrGX1E, the start of an extensive TV, online and community based campaign to boost recycling.
Alla Spina, Italian gastro pub in Philadelphia, set in a former service garage. Gruber Design kept the industrial character and skillfully added warm elements, here with a eight seater in combination with 111 Navy chairs. “Our goal has always been to give our client, and ultimately the public an experience that’s comfortable, as if the restaurant has always been there” Michael Gruber told Hospitalitydesign. photo by Gruber Design.
Pick Quick, first established in1949, recommended as the best burgers in Washington state, has opened their second location using the newest green technology.The burger chain in Auburn has installed Emeco 111 Navy Chairs made of recycled PET and a new parking lot made from pervious concrete, which allows rain water to be collected in a rain garden and used to water the landscape. Read more in the article in the Auburn reporter. photo by Discover Washington state.
Visit Mercedes Benz Connection Pop-Up showroom/restaurant in the chic, upscale neighborhood of Roppongi,Tokyo. Designed by Kubota Architects & Associates the space is projecting a natural, earthy habitat with pillars in abstract forms of mountains, large windows and a wall screens with images of nature.