16/02/2023 - Continuity between contemporaneity and future: The Project of Living
is the concept that Arper
brings to the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2023
, outlining a new design direction focused on the fluidity of spaces and compositional flexibility, focusing on the theme of sustainable furniture.
On display in Stockholm the new collection signed Doshi Levien
, Peter Kunz
, Altherr Désile Park
, Jean-Marie Massaud
and James Irvine
: sofas, tables and chairs result of a constant research towards solutions increasingly focused on the circular economy, made with materials from certified sources and with the minimum use of glue.
"We are delighted to return to the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair to tell the story of Arper through the project of living"
- said Roberto Monti, CEO of Arper - "a strategic approach that embraces change, of the world as a whole and of people as they evolve, at all stages of their lives. For Arper it translates into a sensitive, timeless, versatile and welcoming design that supports both people and their needs and helps us live better with our planet".
Arper presents recyclable furniture, disassembled, with dynamic shapes, materials and colors
The Project of Living has sanctioned the return of Arper
to the Scandinavian fair, an opportunity to present the new collections of sustainable and flexible furniture, comfortable, with new colors chosen to express the attention of the brand to the environment.
Made by Doshi Levien, Shaal
is the sofa designed to be independent or combined thanks to the six basic modules it consists of. The seat consists of a rigid padded panel that draws the shape of a high back, useful to accommodate the cushions. Panel and cushions are available in endless combinations of materials and fabrics.
Shaal, designed by Doshi Levien for Arper
is the sustainable furniture Arper born from the idea of Peter Kunz in 2022. Made with a single sheet of folded steel, only 1 mm thick, Onemm
is a table with a monocoque construction inspired by high-tech engineering. Finished in black, white or red painted steel, the top matches two types of legs: metal available in two heights, for an interior with an industrial mood; European oak wood FSC certified, in natural or black finish.
Aeeri by Peter Kunz is a high-tech monocoque construction
Born from the pencil of Studio Altherr Désile Park, Ghia
is the new system of tables with a wide variety of shapes and finishes, in three different heights. The bases of the collection can have a single central support or three legs, while the large and organic tops are available in small or medium size. The shades that dress Ghia tables range from terracotta to sage green, from natural oak to black finish, up to the Venetian terrace in light or dark color.
Ghia, table system made of MDF without VOC
is the sculptural coffee table designed by Jean-Marie Massaud: a robust cylindrical base supports an asymmetric stem where a cantilever top leans towards the armchair or sofa, offering a comfortable and comfortable way to work, read or dine. Two heights, two diameters for the top and a versatile palette of finishes and colors ranging from white, to anthracite gray, from ivory to rust.
Oell, sculptural coffee table with cylindrical base, asymmetrical stem and cantilever top, easily removable
In 2012 Juno redefined the plastic chair with a slender silhouette. Now Juno 02
reinvents this timeless seat through materials that make the chair a sustainable piece of furniture, with a new color palette inspired by the world of nature: snow white, sage green, rust, dove grey, anthracite gray and black. Juno 02 retains its original design and resistance, ideal for use in restaurants, offices, public spaces.
Arper on Archiproducts
Juno 02 in a new colour palette inspired by the natural world