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A dinning table that's ALSO a conference table | Meety by Arper

Marking the brand's first venture into smoke glass tabletop, Meety's new finish exudes an understated yet luxurious allure that makes the focal point in any dining room settings.

Designer: Arper


Cila by Lievore Altherr for ARPER

Designed by Lievore Altherr, the smooth silhouette of Cila was inspired by that of a cape, which provides optimum comfort to its sitter. Offered in sled, trestle and four-leg base options, the chair is suitable for an array of residential settings.

Designer: Arper


Bowl Chair featured in the Lina Bo Bardi exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum

An architecture and design exhibition: Albert Frey and Lina Bo Bardi: A Search for Living Architecture opens this week at the PSAM.

The exhibition includes a collection of 3D models, drawings, photographs surrounding four famed homes designed by Frey and Bo Bardi namely Frey II House, Aluminaire House, Casa de vidro and Cirell House.

The exhibition sponsor, Italian furniture brand Arper reissued Bo Bardi’s signature Bowl Chair in a limited edition, which will be on display at the show.

Designer: Arper (Italy)


Arpers Acoustic Panels Featured at Design Museum Holon

The customizable Parentesit Wall Panel system frames Design Museum Holon's current show, “Sound and Matter in Design.” The new exhibition exams the relationship between sound and design and the ways in which shapes, environments and everyday experiences are influenced by sound.The exhibition is on view now through October 28.

Designer: Arper (Italy)


Arper helps furnish Ernst & Young's New Headquarters in Milan

Through a strategic partnership with DEGW, Arper beautifully furnish the Ernst & Young HQ in Milan with their signature soft office aesthtic. As the line between home and office blurs for the tech-savvy millennials inhabiting the building, Arper delivered spaces to encourage co-creation an efficient work environment that accommodates over 2,500 employees with 1,200 non-territorial workstations.

Designer: Arper (Italy)


Arper making its NYCXDesign Debut

Participating for the first time in NYCXDesign, the Italian furniture brand has partnered with Sight Unseen, who will curate settings that showcase the launch of new Arper seating collections Cila and Arcos, designed by Lievore Altherr.

Like-minded brands participating to round out the styled vignettes include Brooklyn-based Studio Proba, providing handmade rugs with subtle geometric patterns and monochromatic colors, with accents and accessories from Good Thing.

Designer: Arper (Italy)
Manufacturer: Arper


An installation that captures shifts between work and life

With the lines blur between work and living spaces, Arper presented their interpretation of this trend with an elaborate stand design at Salone del Mobile 2017. Named Together, the stand resembles the shape of a pizza that enables visitors to stroll through larger collaborative areas and modular rooms, all surrounded by a striking geometric shell and ceiling. Because each room has its own unique facade and ceiling structure, they can be interpreted as stand-alone architecture in themselves.

Designer: Studio Maio (Italy)
Manufacturer: Arper


Arper - Parentesit Freestanding

Parentesit Freestanding is able to stand alone thanks to its matte black metal frame. Modules are available in four options: two round panels of different sizes, one square panel, and one combination square and round panel. All panels are available in Arper’s full range of fabric options further engaging the expression of the end user.

Designer: Lievore Altherr Molina (Spain)
Manufacturer: Arper (Italy)
Inspired By: Parentesit was created with a dual inspiration of minimalist art and classic Japanese interiors



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In pursuit of the essential

Is an object as elemental as a chair or a table still subject to insight or innovation? After eons of development, is there still something to be done? We say: Absolutely. Everything is in flux life, culture, technology and that basic fact demands a considered response. Good design is a synthesis of technique, cost, material, function, use, taste and sustainability. That concentration of meanings, associations and possibilities must reside in simple, singular forms. We believe the best objects carry a rich, intellectual density in a shape that seems natural and effortless. An object that feels spontaneous while clearly the result of rigor and precision. Creating new forms that are physically and stylistically resilient is hard work, but this is the work we embrace. This way of thinking and working the pursuit of the essential extends to everything we do.



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