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.
Architects Beyer Blinder Belle in collaboration with workshop/apd have designed the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center celebrating the Yard’s past, present and future.The design is a contemporary interpretation of the industrial vernacular of its surroundings. Here using the 2006 chairs in recycled aluminum designed by Norman Foster. Photo from Ted and Honey cafe.
The café is run by the brooklyn neighborhood favorite Ted and Honey. Here showing new terrence view with Emeco 1951 chairs in gray. The philosophy at Ted and Honey is that you should know where your food comes from. Local farmers from Long Island, upstate New York and Pennsylvania contribute the seasonal and organic produce. photos by Ted and Honey’s.
The new Broom chair, made of 75% Reclaimed Polypropylene, 15% Reclaimed wood fiber and 10% glass fiber.
Philippe Starck and Emeco have come together to create a new chair that is reclaimed, repurposed, recyclable – and designed to last. The chair is made from waste plastic and reclaimed wood that would normally be swept into the trash.
Broom - a film by Eames Demetrios starring Philippe Starck.