Classic chair, timeless appeal.
February 3rd, 2010
Emeco has re-issued the 1950s Navy chair and given it an earthy twist in the form of a timber seat created using CNC technology and FSC (renewable, certified “green” wood from a local supplier) available in rich maple, cherry or walnut with a soft, natural matte finish.
The 1104 Navy chair is a timeless classic boasting widespread appeal spanning a myriad of generations and cultures.
Emeco’s reinvigoration of this iconic chair comes with a choice of polished, powder-coated or brushed frames.
In line with its earlier traditions, the re-issued range is individually built by a handful of craftsmen following 77 steps towards product creation and constructed to last indefinitely.
The Emeco range is available exclusively through Living Edge nationwide.
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