Width 43 cm
Depth 47 cm
Height 109 cm
Weight 7.1 kg
Seat height 76 cm


Finish 111 Navy Beach
Material 65% Recycled PET, 35% Glass Fiber
Sustainable material 100% Reclaimed Polyethylene


Fire certification CAL 133
Fire resistant Yes
Fragile No
Standard glides TPU Soft Glides with an ABS core
Strength & stability test ANSI/BIFMA X5.1
Suitable for contract use Yes
Suitable for outdoor use Yes
Use pallet No
Volume 0.33
Warranty 5 Year
Year of design 2017

The 111 Navy Collection is a story of innovation, turning waste plastic into something that lasts.

Each stool is made of 150 recycled PET bottles. Like the original 111 Navy chair, these one-piece stools are an engineering success - made to stand up to heavy use, and made in the USA.

Jasper Morrison

“When I saw the 2006 “Super Normal” Exhibition at Axis Gallery in Tokyo that Jasper curated, I understood his design philosophy and began to see that Jasper’s design sensibility fit the Emeco values of timeless simplicity. As we worked together to create the 1 Inch and Alfi Collections, Jasper’s rigorous attention to every detail including materials, engineering, strength, comfort, finish, and the color was astounding.” - Gregg Buchbinder, Emeco.

Both 1 Inch and Alfi reflects Emeco and Jasper Morrison’s common appreciation for the invisible qualities behind simplicity.

"I’m more and more interested in working towards designs which take part in everyday life as naturally as possible. The 1” chair, though far from spectacular, is intended to be an updated Emeco solution to a wide variety of situations where something strong and less flashy is required. The design of the chair seemed basic enough and we were not expecting much trouble in developing it, but we underestimated the complication of bending square aluminium tubes in more than one plane simultaneously. It took Emeco several months of experimentation and it took us uncountable revisions to the drawing before we found the way to do it. It’s probably one of the most complicated chairs I’ve designed though it doesn’t look it." -Jasper Morrison.

We make chairs. In America. Often by hand. Mostly from recycled stuff. But always to last.