Emeco, the manufacturer behind the iconic aluminum Navy chair (designed for it’s strength and lightness on Naval ships!), has teamed up with the Coca-Cola Company to produce the new 111 Navy Chair. The chair’s name is derived from the fact that plastic from approximately 111 soda bottles is used to make the chair. That equates to the potential recycling of three million bottles per year!
Poul Henningsen’s Contrast is one of the PH lamps with the most lighting properties contained in one and the same lamp via its 10-shade design. Each shade consists of four different surfaces in red, blue, white and chrome for perfect reproduction of the light. Inside is an adjustable pendant rod, so the form of the light and its direction can be regulated. The lamp was one of the PH lamps that due to its complicated composition was especially expensive to produce and for this reason the lamp went out of production in 1991
The Sideboard is a part of a theme with cubist wood cabinets that float on delicate steel frames with wood “feet” and in particular the colours which Finn Juhl arranged throughout the 1950s and 60s. Finn Juhl was preoccupied with shapes and colours during all of his life because of his great interest in cubist and surrealistic art.