BROOM STACKING CHAIR
Philippe Starck and Emeco came together to create a new chair that is reclaimed, repurposed, recyclable – and designed to last. The chair is made from 75% waste polypropylene and 15% reclaimed wood fiber that would normally be swept into the trash, “Imagine”, says Philippe Starck, “a guy who takes a humble broom and starts to clean the workshop and with this dust he makes new magic”. That’s why we call it Broom chair.
Price $ 195.00
|Product Name||Broom Stacking Chair|
|Frame Material||Reclaimed WPP|
|Seat Height||SH: 17”|
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Emeco with Philippe Starck
"Working with Emeco has allowed me to use a recycled material and transform it into something that never needs to be discarded - a tireless and unbreakable chair to use and enjoy for a lifetime.
It is a chair you never own, you just use it for a while until it is the next persons turn. A great chair never should have to be recycled. This is good consideration of nature and man kind."
- Philippe Starck
2012 - Broom Chair by Philippe Starck
“Imagine”, said Philippe Starck, “A guy who takes a humble broom and starts to clean the workshop, and with this dust he makes new magic.” That’s why we’ve called it Broom. Emeco developed a new environmentally sound material built on a formula using 90% industrial waste, reclaiming plastic…Read More
Composites are materials which combine and arrange various compatible elements into new, unique materials. All elements have different characteristics, sought-after advantages, and unique disadvantages, but by carefully joining various elements, new material composites can be created that solve problems left unsolved by traditional materials.
Wood polymers are composites made from reclaimed industrial polypropylene waste collected at the plastic manufacturing industry and reclaimed wood fiber, sawdust, or shavings from the lumber industry.
Wood Polypropylene (WPP) is often used for outdoor decks, footbridges, and fences where the material has a wood-like appearance while needing almost…Read More