Competition: three Emeco 111 Navy Chairs
to be won


Dezeen have teamed up with Brands, UK distributors for Emeco, to offer our readers the chance to win one of three Emeco 111 Navy Chairs made of recycled plastic bottles to celebrate the chair's UK launch during the London Design Festival.

Modeled after the iconic all-aluminium Navy Chair first designed in 1944 for the US Navy, each 111 Navy Chair is made from at least 111 recycled plastic bottles.

Emeco 111 Navy Chair

The 111 Navy Chair is a collaboration between Emeco and The Coca-Cola Company. More details about the design in our earlier stories here and here.

Emeco Navy Chair 111

The chairs are available in six colours: Coca-Cola red, flint grey, charcoal, snow white, grass and persimmon.

Emeco Navy Chair 111

This competition is now closed.

Three winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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See the 111 Navy Chair in all six colours at The Conran Shop Chelsea during the London Design Festival, 18-26 September.

For further information contact Brands, Emeco’s UK and Ireland distributor:

Brands Limited
99 St John Street
London EC1M 4AS
Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 1670

Congratulations to our winners! Leigh Warren in Australia, Tobias Boeing in Germany and Mark Attmore in the UK.

Posted on Wednesday September 8th 2010 at 12:01 pm by Brad Turner. Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • Dimitri

    So where is the brief?
    What are we suppose to do?

    • Hi Dimitri. You can enter the competition by following the instructions below the last image.

      • ana

        Dezeen when will you announce the winners? You haven't posted their names on the bottom of this page. Thanks.

  • Sere

    Amazing!! I hope I'll win! :D

  • I'm feeling lucky…

  • luka

    How does this recycled plastic chair fit within a cradle to cradle paradigm? Is this thing going to poison me when I sit on it?

    • Steve

      I thought this when i first saw them in the Conran Store. No confirmation on the source of the pigments or other additives affects if any. It's rPET plastic so they can retain within a technical cycle but not fit in with the other principles of C2C.

  • Ian

    Why should anyone, would want to mix 111 recycable plastic bottles, with non recycable material like fiber glass?

    Make non sense! ohh wait yes.. greenwashing ofcourse.

  • cool stuff ! !

  • bam.

    This would be perfect as my chair just died.