Emeco 111 Navy Chair Charcoal. In 2006, Coca-Cola approached Emeco to solve an environmental problem — taking recycled Coca-Cola bottles out of landfill and “upcycling” them into an iconic structural item, made to last. Emeco committed to the challenge with the new material, taking soft recycled PET plastic, originally intended for short-lived fabric and textiles, and build a tough, one-piece, scratch-resistant chair for heavy-duty use.
Made with at least 111 plastic bottles of Coca-Cola, the Emeco 111® Chair is an iconic modern design, a great example of eco design as well as a practical everyday dining chair.
Emeco 111 Navy Chair Charcoal is the perfect dining chair for a modern pad as well as for a family dining.
Material: It is made of recycled PET from Coke’s own plant in Spartanburg SC – 65% rPET and 35% glass fiber (for strength).
W39 x D50 x H86 cm – weight 5.7kg
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Available in: Green Grass, Persimmon Orange, Red (CAN BE USED OUTDOORS), Flint Grey (CAN BE USED OUTDOORS), Charcoal.
5 years structural warranty
Delivery in approx. 2 weeks if in stock – 4 weeks if not in stock
ABOUT EMECO: The American furniture company Emeco was founded in 1944 to make lightweight, non-corrosive, fire resistant and torpedo proof chairs for the US Navy. The classic 1006 Navy Chair was born, and served duty on American Navy submarines and battleships. Today Emeco craftsmen in Hanover, Pennsylvania continue to handcraft chairs that are so strong they are passed down through generations – that’s how we define ‘sustainability.’ Emeco is leading the industry, exploring and innovating ways to use consumer and industrial waste, and
environmentally responsible resources to create and build simple, timeless furniture. We work with the world’s best designers and influential corporations including Philippe Starck, Norman Foster, BMW, Frank Gehry, Coca-Cola, Jean Nouvel, Konstantin Grcic and Nendo, and make chairs that live up to the standards that we inherited from our
founders with a vision to make a difference.