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Emeco Installations

On Pender Island in the Gulf of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada, lies this cozy cottage. Designed to blend into its surroundings by its owner, Carrie McCarthy. The cottage is furnished with old and new design classics alike, including the 111 Navy Chair, made in collaboration with Coca-Cola out of 111 recycled PET bottles. 

The famous chef Anne-Sophie Pic who runs the three-Michelin star restaurant Maison Pic, in Valence France, recently opened up a more casual restaurant in the same city called Daily PIC. The restaurant serves French-style “fast food,” consisting of self-service glass jars of food, either served in the restaurant or taken home to enjoy later. Designed by Fredric Berthier Architecture, incorporating Snow White 111 Navy Chairs with custom made leather seat pads into the harmonious atmosphere. 

Photo: Frederic Berthier Architecture

Walking through the new Akasya Acibadem Shopping Mall in Istanbul, Turkey, one can spot Emeco 111 Navy Chairs mixed and matched with 20-06 chairs and Café tables, designed by Norman Foster. This project was created by SAF GYO A.S and has been nominated for multiple awards.

Photo: Mozaik

Inside of the rooms at the Azimut Moscow Tuskay Hotel, you can find red Emeco 111 Navy chairs juxtaposed with the ex-industrial loft design, brick walls and vaulted ceilings. Designed by German architecture firm Bruzkus Batek.

Taiwanese interior designer Alexander Yang believes that space is an extension of the personality. He likes to mix and match styles, materials and brands. On the first floor of his office, charcoal Emeco 111 Navy chairs are installed amongst design icons and classics. 

Emeco 111 Navy chairs installed at Sunshine Canyon, a residence in the mountains just west of Boulder, Colorado. The house, designed by THA Architecture, uses a combination of glazed windows, a geothermal heat pump and solar kits to come close to a net zero energy performance.

At The Line Hotel in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, you will find POT, restauranteur Roy Choi’s take on the Korean Hot Pot restaurant. And inside POT, you will find Emeco Lancaster chairs and stools in light ash and polished aluminum surrounding the tables. Designed by Sean Knibb of Knibb Design in LA.

White Emeco Broom chairs, designed by Philippe Starck were used in the first LEED® certified project for Starbucks Mexico, located in Bosque de Chapultepec, one of the largest city parks in Mexico City. Read more about Starbucks new design strategy here.

Photo: Starbucks

The M/S Café, located inside of the Maritime Museum of Denmark, designed by the award winning architecture company BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). The chairs used for this project are Emeco 20-06, designed by Foster + Partners. Learn more about the project here.

A small eco-friendly family cottage in Ontario, Canada, designed by Toronto firm Superkül. The name of the cottage is ‘Stealth Cabin’ and was designed to blend in with its natural surroundings and leave as small of a footprint as possible. Read more about the project here.

Photo: Shai Gil

Red Emeco 111 Navy chairs, made in collaboration with Coca-Cola, installed on the roof terrace of Coca-Cola’s new HQ in London. The 4,000 sq. ft. outdoor space includes a living wall, apple trees and a wild meadow. Designed by Linda Morey-Smith, Principal Director at MoreySmith. Read more about the project here.

Photo: Gilbert McCarragher

Emeco Broom Chairs designed by Philippe Starck, made of reclaimed polypropylene, installed at VCU School of Medicine in Virginia. Built to meet LEED silver certification, KSA Interiors have put a special focus on sustainable learning environments, creating convenient destinations on campus where the students can develop theoretical as well as communication, presentation and collaborative skills. Read more here 
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs made of recycled Coca-Cola bottles at University of Massachusetts dining hall. With four guiding principles: healthy eating, sustainability, world flavors and community the dining aims to become the healthiest operations in the nation. With rejuvenating architecture by Bergmeyer the hall now has the capacity to serve up to 650 students at one time, transforming the existing 1960’s concrete space into an inspiring venue with sustainability at heart. Read more here
Emeco’s Red 111 Navy Chairs made by recycled Coca-Cola bottles installed in the spacious yet personal rooms of the Comfort Grand Hotel, Oslo Norway. The centrally located old train station was cleverly converted into 170 rooms, all with unique interiors by Lars Helling and Ajas Mellbye, artworks by Ariel McMillion
Emeco 1006 Navy Chairs installed around a large wooden dinning table in the Meltzer Ames Residence in Tribeca, NYC. The design team at Specht Harpman architects have perfectly captured the young art collecting family’s sense for space by using the classic ten seat dining to emphasis a gallery like setting. Read more about the project at Specht Harpman. Photo by Michael Moran.
Amazon is combining brushed Emeco 1006 Navy Chairs and Emeco stools, made of recycled aluminum, in their dining rooms at the Headquarters in Japan. Stunning panoramic views from the lifts at Amazon.co.jp. Interiors by Zac-Zac construction.
The Emeco 1006 Navy Chair, was first made in 1944 for the US Navy. Today, nearly 70 years in the making, the 1006 Navy chairs are as popular with the US Government as ever. Featured here, is a brand new military dining facility, designed by Pam Wick from Interior Concept.
Emeco 2006 chairs and stools by Norman Foster and Hudson Barstools by Philippe Starck installed at Trattoria Il Mulino, New York. Interior designers, Lee Katzoff and Rozhia Tabnak have wonderfully composed warm grey tones in the recycled aluminum with concrete walls and dark wooden floors, creating the prefect urban dinner retreat. Photos by Trattoria Il Mulino.
Emeco upholstered Navy Chairs at the new exciting shared work space concept Neuehouse in New York. The Rockwell architects behind the project explains it as “A work space where individual entrepreneurs and small companies can call home, and foster community”. Visit http://www.neuehouse.com/. Photo by Rockwell
Green Emeco Broom Chairs installed at the New Baltimore Design School. The architecture and design by Ziger Snead  shows excellent adaptive reuse of the abandoned historic factory in the station North Arts district of Baltimore City. The building becomes a wonderful blend of reuse, renovation and educational design, all in a sustainable manner. Read more here.
Emeco Stools, made by recycled aluminum, designed by Philippe Starck, installed at the The Juvia Rooftop in Miami. The design firm Alejandro Barrios Carreros Design recently won the 2013 James Beard Foundation Award for The best restaurant design or renovation in North America with the work on Juvia, Miami Beach. Read more here. Photo by Michael Stavardis. 
Emeco Icon barstools by Philippe Starck, handmade using 80% recycled aluminum, installed at the Sky Lounge bar located on the 11th floor of the beautiful Hotel Avasa in Hyderabad, India. Architecture by Poole Associates Private Limited. Photo by Bharath Ramamarutham at Graf Publishing Pvt Ltd, Goa.
 
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 
Proud sponsors of Film Nights by the Royal Institute of British Architects, RIBA London with Disegno. A full program altrough the fall with special focus on American architecture, furniture and fashion during the mid-20th century, highlighting these decades ever-lasting impact on design and architecture. Check out the program http://bit.ly/15ltH4o

Emeco Broom chairs designed by Philippe Starck, made using 90% industrial waste installed at the corporate auditorium at Procter & Gamble Latinamerica, Costa Del Este Business Complex, Panamá. Photo by Andres Del Barrio at Geteca.

Emeco 1006 Navy barstools with upholstered seat at Autodesk headquarters in San Rafael. The LEED-CI The Platinum office by Hunters Architectural group incorporates modernized break rooms with Emeco seating accommodating different social events including added a game room to encourage team building and mental relaxation. Read more on http://www.huntsmanag.com/sectors/corpint/02/auto3900/

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 Broom chairs in Natural, designed by Philippe Starck, made from 90% industrial waste. Here installed at a private residence in Atlanta, placed around a large wooden kitchen table perfectly accompanying the minimal colour scheme. photos by Andrew Thomas Lee 

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. 

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 

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