Emeco chair shot as directed by Miki Less

Emeco chairs thrive outdoors! The original Emeco 1006 Navy Chair was created in 1944 to survive harsh conditions on Navy ships — it was designed to withstand a torpedo blast.  Emeco chairs are still built to exceed high standards of durability and strength.  The Emeco aluminum chairs are perfect for outdoor use, they are anodized and non-corrosive, they do not heat up to the sun, they are lightweight and easy to clean. The Emeco Broom chair (shown above) is happy indoors or out.  Broom is made of 90% post-industrial waste-75% reclaimed polypropylene and 15% reclaimed wood fiber-and 10% glass fiber. Like all Emeco chairs, Broom is made in the USA.


Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem by upcycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET plastic bottles, the 111 Navy Chair can be found in restaurants, patios, cafeterias, offices, schools and outdoor amusement parks.

ICON Chair single

Philippe Starck designed the ICON chair to be lightweight, easy to move, stacking, and to work indoors or outside.  Starck said, “This is the chair I see when I close my eyes.

KONG barstool installation

The glamorous Kong Barstool requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing. Kong is guaranteed for a lifetime like all Emeco aluminum chairs.

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Emeco’s collaboration with Norman Foster resulted in the 20-06 Stacking Chair. Foster envisioned a more “neutral” stacking chair – visually and physically lightweight. But the 20-06 is also super strong – tested to 445Kg.