Emeco 111 Navy Chairs in Charcoal at Pinkeye Studio in Antwerpen, Belgium. The interior is a mixture of “design and no nonsens”, says Pinkeye’s creative director Ruud Belmans. With spacious common areas allowing for the entire office to eat and sit together. Read more on http://www.pinkeye.be/work/pinkeye-studio photos by Fredrik Vercruysse
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’s Lancaster Barstools designed by Michael Young installed at digital start up factory Giant Pixel’s headquarter in San Francisco. The interiors by O+A creates a mix of urban casual and mid-century modernism. Fully fitted with a basement bar, giving the employees the perfect in-house retreat. Read more on Design Milk, photo by Jasper Sanidad.
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
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
The Broom chair designed by Philippe Starck, made from reclaimed industrial waste took home this years Multiple Production 2012 at the ICFF editors award. This year, the esteemed group of judges included representatives from Dwell, Wallpaper*, Metropolis, Azure, Intramuros, and Interni.