ettore sottsass for emeco
 
ettore sottsass for emeco
apr 30, 2008

ettore sottsass for emeco

‘nine-o collection’ by ettore sottsass

in 2007, ettore sottsass redesigned the famous ‘navy chair of emeco for work spaces and home offices. sottsass was the first designer who took these chairs out of their typical environments – navy ships, prisons, hospitals – and used them frequently in his interior design projects. ‘navy’ is lightweight, corrosion resistant, maintenance free and is made in emeco’s 77 step process. through sottsass, sir terence conran, frank gehry, sir norman foster and philippe starck discovered the emeco chairs, creating a major resurgence of the historic brand in the 1990’s.

ettore sottsass for emeco‘nine-o collection’ by ettore sottsass

ettore sottsass for emeco‘nine-o collection’ by ettore sottsass

ettore sottsass for emeco‘nine-o collection’ by ettore sottsass

ettore sottsass for emecopresentation at the emeco show during the 2008 salone internazionale del mobile in milan image © designboom

ettore sottsass for emecopresentation at the emeco show during the 2008 salone internazionale del mobile in milan image © designboom

ettore sottsass for emecopresentation at the emeco show during the 2008 salone internazionale del mobile in milan image © designboom

ettore sottsass for emeco‘nine-o collection’ by ettore sottsass

ettore sottsass for emeco‘nine-o collection’ by ettore sottsass

ettore sottsass for emecosketches by ettore sottsass image courtesy emeco

ettore sottsass for emecoprototyping image courtesy emeco

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