Internationally recognized for his work and his expertise in the work of aluminum (the 111 Navy chair or the Sezz Collection by Christophe Pillet), the American publisher, Emeco Broom, is back with a new innovative chair in terms of eco-design by Philippe Starck.
The furniture has a defended line, which spends less energy, less manufacturing waste and less carbon emissions. Its principle: a stackable chair made from new generation composite design from waste wood industries and plastic.
The chairs are available in several colors and made of 75% recycled polypropylene, 15% recycled wood fiber and 10% fiberglass.
Like Geometric Ko-Ho chairs or chairs from Katra Aparte Studio, this is a new environmentally friendly material which is very promising and provides a relevant response to the recurring problem of certain waste management industry.