1 Inch Reclaimed Chair

1 Inch Reclaimed Chair

Designer: Jasper Morrison
Manufacturer: Emeco

Jasper Morrison affirms the combination of timeless design and sustainable materials in the 1 Inch Reclaimed Chair for Emeco

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Product Story

Made of 90% industrial waste, the 1 Inch Reclaimed Chair by Jasper Morrison explores the concept of sustainability while in keeping with the designer's 'super normal' approach.

It is formed with simple shapes and a singular material, exuding a quiet grace through its straightforward expression. Its unique composition makes use of polypropylene waste at injection moulding plants mixed with waste sawdust from the woodworking industry. This combination, which provides a warm and tactile alternative to traditional polypropylene, has been used by Emeco for several years to actively reduce the impact of their production processes.

As practical as it is durable, the 1 Inch Reclaimed Chair has been engineered to meet the demands of high use environments and is also suited for both indoor and outdoor use.

Emeco 1 Inch Reclaimed Chair Back Jasper Morrison
Emeco 1 Inch Reclaimed Chairs Stacked Jasper Morrison
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Emeco 1 Inch Reclaimed Chairs Grey Red Jasper Morrison

Emeco makes chairs. In America. Mostly from recycled stuff. But always to last.

Emeco's story begins in 1944 when the steelworking company were hired to manufacture a chair from salvaged aluminium for the American Navy during WWII. The 'Navy Chair' as it became known was a huge success and production continued long after the conflict ended.

In the late nineties, Gregg Buchbinder took over the company and took a look at the order books. He noticed lots of European designers such as Philippe Starck and Ettore Sottsass were using the chair in their designs for hotels and restaurants. He saw the...

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