10 Grey Broom chairs made of reclaimed industrial waste in green getaway home in Blanco, Texas. “Thanks for having the vision and foresight to put this wonderful chair into the market at a lower price point. This is how you fight knock-offs. Keep up the good work”, says Kara Van de Kieft.
Emeco Upholstered Navy Swivels at the LEED platinum certified Googleplex East, the Google office on 111th Eighth Ave. on West 15th Street, New York. As the company’s second-largest office in the world the space still enhances the start-up interiors for an office the size of an entire city block-in a high-rise. Design and architecture by HLW
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.
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.
Emeco’s snow white 111 Navy Chairs at new environmentally sound Larkburger in Downtown Denver. The all natural, wind powered, restaurant serves no additive burgers in biodegradable containers in an all reclaimed interior, with wood panels made of reused timber and Emeco 111 Navy Chairs, taking 111 recycled Coca-Cola bottles from the landfill for each chair installed.
Farmers Fishers Bakers in Georgetown, Washington DC. Designed by Griz Form Design Architects to meet LEED certifications, reclaimed and recycled materials are utilized, including the Yellow Broom Chairs from Emeco made of 90% industrial waste providing a comfortable seat at the outside patio year-round. Read more here
The University of Rochester, NY is one of Americas top-tier research universities with more than 2,000 faculty and 9,300 students. The Danforth Dining Hall at Rochester by Mancini Duffy architects features more than two hundred 1006 Navy Chairs made of 80% recycled aluminum and 111 Navy Chairs in Charcoal made of recycled Coca-Cola bottles. For more images visit the Rochester student life galleries