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 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
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 Emeco stand at the 23rd Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk, Belgium 20-28 october 2012. Exhibiting colorful up-cycled waste with the 111 Navy chairs made of 111 recycled PET bottles and the beautiful Broom chairs designed by Philippe Starck, made of 90% industrial waste - taking what others discard and making chairs that lasts. Photos by Julien Lanoo.
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.