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On & On Stool

On & On Stool

Manufacturer: Emeco

Part of Emeco's On & On collection, this indoor/outdoor stool features a clean and lightweight design made of recycled plastic.

On & On Stool

Manufacturer: Emeco

Part of Emeco's On & On collection, this indoor/outdoor stool features a clean and lightweight design made of recycled plastic.

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A first collaboration between Emeco and Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, the On & On is a collection of chairs and stools. Focused on producing a design committed to sustainable efforts, the result is a lightweight and sturdy chair which can be used in a variety of settings.

On & On references the stool's ability to be continually recycled. This circular approach is exemplified through the combination of timeless design, durability and utilising recycled materials.

Available in six contemporary shades suitable for both indoor and outdoor spaces. The stools are available in two heights, bar stool or counter height.

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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 potential in this and decided to collaborate with these designers to create more chair designs. ..

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