Arper auf der Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012
DIZZIE & EOLO, Design by Lievore Altherr Molina, 2012
DIZZIE & EOLO
The subtle curves and strong surfaces of table collections Dizzie and Eolo will be enhanced with new color laminate tops. Available in three colors – white, dark gray and black – laminate is particularly resistant to wear and easy to maintain which renders these new options particularly well suited to contract applications. Additional colors are available on request.
GINGER bi-color, Design Jean-Marie Massaud, 2012
Bi-color treatment – the smooth, seamless attachment of separate colored surfaces on opposing sides of a table or chair – is already an Arper signature from Dizzie to Catifa. Now Ginger, an agile system of sleek, versatile tables for café, bar and restaurant use, is soon to be even more dexterous with the possibility of new bi-color table top. Currently, Ginger is available in three colors: black, white and gray, for both table top and base. Now, it will be possible to marry different bases with different table tops, the color extending from the base to the edge of the table top surface with a clean, crisp seam. All table top colors are also available with a polished aluminum base.
JUNO, Design by James Irvine, 2012
With Juno, plastic chair has come of age. Cast in a single form, it has fluid lines and a light profile: in silhouette, weight and impact. It enjoys all the benefits of simplicity and uniformity but with a clever twist. Juno brings efficiency and customization together in unique combination. This singular, simple shape available in five colors with closed or open back and arm rests can also be customized with sleek upholstered seat and back rests. Made for both residential and contract use, indoors and out, Juno is a single-shot molded plastic chair available in 4 forms: solid back and open back, both with and without arm rests. All forms are available in 5 colors: white, sand, anthracite, orange, yellow. Seat and back rests can be finished in upholstered pads. All variations are stackable to allow for large-scale use and storage.
SAYA, Design by Lievore Altherr Molina, 2012
Saya is a mark, a gesture, a graphic sign, rendered in wood to finish a space like a signature. Fluid in line, warm in material, its silhouette is bold, striking. The sum is more than the parts: Saya inspires inclusion in diverse environments from home to contract. Made for both residential and contract use, Saya is fabricated in oak and finished in teak, and natural stain. Color stains include white, black, ochre and three shades of red to permit variable yet cohesive combination. The 4-leg base is available in wood or chrome-finish steel. The 4-leg chrome-finish steel version is stackable to allow for large-scale use and storage.
PIX OUTDOOR, Design by Ichiro Iwasaki, 2012
A soft spot to sit is just as commodious outside as it is inside. Pix is now available to accommodate use in outdoor spaces. All outdoor furniture must combat moisture and mold. Most attempt to seal the interior and repel moisture. Pix Outdoor works on a fundamentally different idea called “hydro-draining,” based on the rapid flow and movement of water over and through the structure. An interior polyurethane structure covered with a new collection of durable, fast-drying fabrics in polyester work together to facilitate the quick evaporation of moisture and a comfortable outdoor seat. Pix Outdoor is available in one-seat (two different diameters), and three-seat sizes. Five-seat is available on request.
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