Emeco Tells the Tale of the Coca-Cola CollaborationNovember 05, 2010
Daniel Fogelson, VP of Sales and Marketing for Emeco, spent some time with us at NeoCon East describing how 111 recycled Coca-Cola bottles got made into the classic Navy chair. Originally designed for submarines and made of recycled aluminum, the chairs are now available in ultra-bright and super cool colors, made of commercial grade, recycled plastic. How many bright red chairs do you know that can weather the storm, senza fading?
For more on this collaboration, check out our earlier article or check out this product on Designer Pages.
Also take a look at other recent Emeco additions, including Michael Young’s Lancaster Collection and Andrée Putman's Morgan Chair.
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