'Together, softer'

Arper’s NeoCon presentation with soft materials, welcoming shapes, and soothing colors

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'Together, softer'
06/06/2019 - Arper is participating in NeoCon at the brand’s new permanent showroom. The exhibition houses a range of commercial and residential furnishings to complement the brand's human-centric approach to product design. The company will communicate its distinct vision for contemporary work and living spaces through the new brand theme for 2019:

"We look for people, places and objects that keep us balanced. We need stability, softness, space, more air, and soft - or rather Soft(er) - objects. Also, in our interactions with the surrounding environment, we recognize that the quality of our space has an impact on everything, from health to productivity, creativity to collaboration, and so on; we look for places that can offer us comfort, authenticity, care, and inspiration".
Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

From Arper’s earliest days, this softer approach to living, learning, and working has framed everything the company does. Arper’s families of products are manifestations of essential human values – connection, sensitivity, comfort and ease. Arper’s NeoCon presentation is a visual interpretation of the Soft(er) concept by showcasing products with soft materials, welcoming shapes, and soothing colors.
Paravan Mood_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Paravan Mood_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Paravan Mood, design by Lievore Altherr Valdés
The Paravan Collection’s robust modularity is amplified by a set of Accessories that add an additional layer of use and personalization to the streamlined system of panels. Paravan’s carefully composed geometry functions as a clean backdrop for collecting and exhibiting personal items or objects of inspiration, adding a personal touch to the minimal system.
 
Paravan’s sculptural form is complemented by enhanced functionality in an accessories set designed to help organize and personalize spaces. Paravan’s modular system of panels can be combined to create elegant curvatures or basic quadrants in customizable patterns, materials, and colors. With the addition of Paravan Mood, delineated spaces can be further personalized with options for a whiteboard, hook, mirror, wall-mount or panel-mount magazine holder, slim-line shelf, socket tower or desk panel. 
Saul_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Saul_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Saul, design by Jean-Marie Massaud
A trusty partner. Substantial, yet lightweight, Saul tables are allies and complements to the Arper collection of sofas and soft furnishings. An expansive plane rests gently on sloping legs, conferring durability yet graceful sensitivity. Materially rich tabletop finish options of marble or silkscreened smoked glass lend tactile presence to this agreeable form.
 
Saul collection of tables is graphic in form and slender in execution. Aluminum legs in optional heights support tabletop options in various shapes and sizes. A small or large square, a round circle or a rectangle tabletop can be customized in black silkscreened smoked glass or white marble. 
Planesit_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Planesit_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Planesit, design by Lievore Altherr Valdés
Strong and serene, Planesit adds to Kinesit’s intuitive, built-in technology and superlative comfort, and offers a new, accessible expression of ergonomic support. The addition of a wide armrest serves as a small writing tablet and enhances the chair’s effortless functionality. Visually, the intersection of Planesit’s horizontal and vertical planes telecasts playful geometry inspired by graphic paintings of the 20th century.
 
The Planesit is an evolution in Soft Tech now made even more accessible to a wider audience. Intuitive and invisible technology is embedded into Planesit, leaving a discreet silhouette that belies its supportive cushioning. 
Stacy_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Stacy_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Stacy, design by Lievore Altherr
High performance in a quiet gesture, the stacking chair has grown up. The Stacy collection is inspired by classical architecture in colors that evoke structural materiality - brick, rust, sandstone, marble, iron - yet remains visually and physically lightweight. Discrete and distinguished, Stacy lends sophistication to modular seating needs.
 
The essential form is lightweight at only 5.5 kg. It can be trolley stacked up to 40 chairs for ease of transport in provisional and impromptu seating environments like universities, conference rooms, auditoriums, churches, or public spaces. A suite of accessory options including a left or right side detachable writing tablet, a linking system, row spacer, numbering system and trolley for stacking enhance Stacy’s functionality, while delicate details like a comfortable waterfall seat shape and gentle sloping backrest make this robustly practical chair anything but basic.
Cila Go_ph. Claudia Maurino

Cila Go_ph. Claudia Maurino

Cila Go, design by Lievore Altherr
Learning environments designed to inspire. Cila Go proposes new aesthetic possibilities for the Learning Sector while providing all the functionality necessary for this specific context - mobility for group collaboration, quiet space for independent work, accessories for technology - enabled learning for the ever-expanding notion of the classroom.
 
Cila Go offers expanded possibilities for seating and includes a stool, a chair and an armchair designed for learning and training contexts and contract uses.
 
The Cila Go base with a seat pad serves as a stool with castors. Compact yet supremely functional, it offers storage options for books, briefcases or backpacks, tablets, computers, and supplies. The multi-base base extends seating configurations from modular work environment to the responsive classroom.
 
Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Cila Go_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Planesit_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Planesit_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Planesit_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Planesit_ph. Marco Covi & RNDR

Kiik Update_ph. Marco Covi

Kiik Update_ph. Marco Covi

Kiik Update_ph. Marco Covi

Kiik Update_ph. Marco Covi

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