Emeco’s 111 Navy Chairs made of recycled rPET, installed at the private Bearbrick House by Onion design located at Cha-Am beach, Thailand. This 380 sqm private vacation home was specially configured as a scale up display cabinet for a family of dedicated Japanese Bearbrick figurine collectors. Read full article here #Dezeen
Emeco Broom chairs by Philippe Starck installed at the headquarters of Shinhan Bank, one of the leading banks of South Korea. Founded in 1897, Shinhan was the countries first modern bank, located in a small house with only two rooms. Today the bank operates 863 domestic - and 7 overseas branches. Photo by Duomo Korea
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs at Starcbucks Espresso Journey pop up in Tokyo, designed by Japanese studio Nendo. Customers order drinks by taking any of the nine different books representing the coffee assortment and “verse themselves in espresso drinks as though quietly entering into a fictional world” Says Nendo to Dezeen, read more here. Photo by Daici Ano
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 stools by the relaxing pool at Oriental Residence Bangkok. High-end simplicity available for staying both nightly and long-term at the Residence, ranging from executive deluxe and one-bedroom through three bedroom residences, each with distinctive residential décor directed by Chanintr Living and Abacus Design, Thailand.
111 Navy chairs at CJ Food World in Seoul, South Korea. A new concept store enabling the entire food management process. The centre has its own Research & Development department, where over 100 culinary experts from diverse fields continuously develop menus and recipes, tested directly at the 17 CJ-owned restaurants. Installation and photo by Duomo &Co.
The first Korean outlet of Dean & Deluca opened in Shinsegae department store in Seoul this fall. In close collaboration between Brands_ltd UK and Duomo& Co in Korea the 1006 Navy Chairs from Emeco were installed giving the place its perfect atmosphere. “The first store will offer premium and artisanal groceries along with an espresso bar and a deli. To stick with that New Yorker-feel we focused on that.” said Dean and DeLuca director Hwang Kyung-sun to the Korean herald.
Shanghai based architects Neri&Hu was awarded the top prize at this years inaugural INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors for their demonstration of the future economic value of re-using, turning a former Japanese army building from the 1930’s into ”The Waterhouse Shanghai”. Here featuring the classic 1006 Navy in the hotel’s 19 suites. Read more at Inside festival, Architecturenow.co.nz
Coca-Cola Japan celebrates this year 125th anniversary at Pass the Baton Shop Gallery in Tokyo with Emeco’s 111 Navy Chairs, made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles. ”Creating something new is a wonderful thing, but taking good care of an object that is already there can be magical. Old ways, current personal values, and future treasures for someone new. Pass on your Personal Culture. New Recycle.” Pass the Baton. Read more on … www.pass-the-baton.com