Emeco’s 111 Navy Chairs made of recycled rPET, installed at the private Bearbrick House by Onion design located at Cha-Am beach, Thailand. This 380 sqm private vacation home was specially configured as a scale up display cabinet for a family of dedicated Japanese Bearbrick figurine collectors. Read full article here #Dezeen
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.
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.
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
Explorative spirits at Basecamp Hotel in South Lake Tahoe. The Basecamp founders saw a gap in the market for a green, affordable and sharing adventure hotels. Together with designer Elaine Cotter they stripped the lake side house down to the framing then rebuilt the camp again by using green building techniques and materials such as the 111 Navy chairs in Persimmon orange made of 111 recycled PET. Photography by Eva Kolenko
Dr. Andrew Weil’s True Food Kitchens new location in San Diego suits anti-inflammatory diets with true reclaimed interiors. Designed by Testani Design Troupe the 8200 sq ft location resonates the dedication to natural, eco-friendly practices with reclaimed wood floors, recycled tiles, low-VOC paint, waterless urinals and 111 Navy chairs made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles. photo by kris K.
Red 111 Navy chairs at outdoor café within Space Asia Hub, the new flagship showroom designed by WOHA. The retail environment spans 40,000 sq ft across three blocks at Bencoolen street in the midst of the arts and entertainment district of Singapore. All furniture displays in the showroom are complete entities, including the Emeco café with 111 Navy Chairs, made of recycled Coca-Cola bottles. photo by Patrick Bingham-Hall.
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