Emeco 1006 Navy barstools with upholstered seat at Autodesk headquarters in San Rafael. The LEED-CI The Platinum office by Hunters Architectural group incorporates modernized break rooms with Emeco seating accommodating different social events including added a game room to encourage team building and mental relaxation. Read more on http://www.huntsmanag.com/sectors/corpint/02/auto3900/
Emeco 1104 Navy Barstools featured at the LEED-CI Gold certified headquarters of Dolby Laboratories, San Francisco. “Located in a neighborhood of workstations, the break room also serves as a “scrum room” for the adjacent work group. Employees can jot down ideas that quickly come up in brainstorming sessions or in a spontaneous meeting”, says Huntsman Architectural group, cleverly highlighting hospitalities role in their workplace designs. Read more on huntsmanag.wordpress.com/
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs installed at the office for digital marketing agency Spicebox in Yokohama. Seven rectangular meeting rooms by Japanese studio Nendo designed like wooden boxes, each featuring a set of snow white Emeco chairs made of reused Coca-Cola bottles. Read more on dezeen. Photo: Daici Ano
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs in Snow White at Bread restaurant at the Schipol Airport in the Netherlands. In 2011, Tjep architects was invited to design a prominent area right at the center of Lounge 3 of the airport, including restaurant (Bread), cheese counter (Say Cheese) and a flower shop (House of Tulips). Photo by Xander Richters, Tjep
H2 Hotels in Healdsburg California recently won the Fodor’s 100 Hotels 2012 award as one of the trendsetting hotels of the world. This LEED gold certified project by David baker + Partners and Marie Fisher is a good example of re-using materials focus, with planted roof, solar panels, bamboo flooring and Emeco Navy Swivel Chair made from recycled aluminum.
Emeco Navy barstools at Restaurant Ma Cocotte in Paris Saint-Oue designed by Philippe Starck and Fabienne Amzalak. Inspired by the areas famous flea market - Le Puces de Saint-Ouen, Starck furnished the restaurant almost entirely with objects he found in the market stalls over the years; reclaimed old books, chunky glass vases and mismatched armchairs. “I feel comfortable here, it’s a model of the way I would like to live” Says Starck to AFP Read more here, image by Martin Bureau.
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
Navy Chairs at Google’s new London office. With interiors by Penson following Google’s ‘red list’ statement-“Our goal is to create a healthy workplace. This requires challenging the market to provide products that are free of known toxins and while making content transparent to consumers”. Among the highest in recycled content was the 1006 Navy Chairs made from the 80% recycled aluminum and 111 Navy chairs made from the 65% recycled Coca-Cola bottles. Photo by Dezeen