We have just updated our website with a bottle counter showing the number of recycled PET bottles being saved from landfills since the start of our collaboration with Coca-Cola. Every 7 seconds, one bottle goes into the production of the 111 Navy Chair. Follow the count and calculate how many bottles you can save on www.emeco.net.
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
111 Navy Chairs at Avenues School NYC. A converted Cass Gilbert-designed landmark made into a state-of-the-art school facility. The Chelsea campus has 600 linear feet of street and park frontage, including a 200-foot “dining porch” overlooking the High Line. Architecture and interior design by Perkins Eastman and Bonetti/Kozerski Read more here. Photo by Luca Pioltelli
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs installed at the office for digital marketing agency Spicebox in Yokohama. Seven rectangular meeting rooms by Japanese studio Nendo designed like wooden boxes, each featuring a set of snow white Emeco chairs made of reused Coca-Cola bottles. Read more on dezeen. Photo: Daici Ano
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs in Snow White at Bread restaurant at the Schipol Airport in the Netherlands. In 2011, Tjep architects was invited to design a prominent area right at the center of Lounge 3 of the airport, including restaurant (Bread), cheese counter (Say Cheese) and a flower shop (House of Tulips). Photo by Xander Richters, Tjep
Emeco’s 111 Navy chairs at popular London restaurant and club, House of Wolf. Described as “Victorian lair for pleasure-seeking gastronomes” the site on Upper Street Islington embraces the features of the original 1830’s pub perfectly mixed with contemporary design features, experimental food and inventive cocktails.
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.