With 1 Inch Side Chair, Jasper Morrison taps into Emeco’s heritage in hand crafting recycled aluminum, and leverages its signature strength, light weight, and sustainability to create a versatile family of seats. The frame is handcrafted using Emeco’s time-tested material and 77-step process used to make the original 1006 Navy Chair since 1944.
- Frame: Recycled Aluminum
- Seat: Reclaimed Wood or Polypropylene
- Width: 51.4 cm / 20.2 Inch
- Depth: 49.2 cm / 19.4 Inch
- Height: 78.1 cm / 30.8 Inch
- Seat Height: 44.7 cm / 17.6 Inch
- Stacks 6 High
- With Plastic Seat/Back Are Suitable For Outdoor Use.
- Glides: Soft Plastic Tpu Glide As Standard
Make chairs lightweight and make them strong, build them for a lifetime. That is Emeco’s mission. Aluminum is the obvious choice, engineered for practical purposes, designed by real people. Forming, welding, grinding, heat-treating, finishing, anodizing are just a few of the 77 steps it takes to build an Emeco chair. No one else makes chairs this way. No one can. It takes a human eye to know when the process is done right, and it takes human hands to get it that way. Their goal: Make recycling obsolete and keep making things that last. In 2006 Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation. ModernPlanet offers the Navy chair in many fun colors and almost 100 other Emeco chairs and tables.
Emeco 1 INCH Stacking Side Chair By Jasper Morrison (On Production Hold) Designed by:
- Jasper Morrison , 2017
“My grandfather had decorated one room of his house in the Scandinavian style of the ‘60s—bare floors, long-haired white rugs—and in it was a Braun record player with wooden side panels. I was impressed by the room and the record player.” – Jasper Morrison
Jasper Morrison was born in London in 1959. He studied at the Kingston School of Art and the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1985. Since 1986 he has opened his Office for Design in London.
Jasper Morrison became a leading figure of “New Simplicity,” a movement that advocated a more modest and also more serious approach to design. In addition to furniture, he has also created lamps, home accessories, textiles, a tram system for the city of Hanover, Germany and a bus shelter for the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein.
Recent projects include the design of the furniture for the Tate Modern in London, the Folding Air-Chair and Low Air-Table for Magis, flatware, glassware and other home accessories for Alessi, the Flos Glo-Ball lighting series and furniture for Vitra.
Jasper Morrison Ltd. is currently based in London and Paris.