Arper's beautifully harmonious stand at Milan Fairgrounds set the stage for the release of new table collections and product extensions.
There have been multiple additions to Arper's table offering in 2016.
Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina studio, the Meety table range is engineered to be fully customisable with aluminum legs forming a solid structure that seamlessly integrates into the tabletop. The tops are available in a huge range of sizes, shapes and materials.
Lievore Altherr Molina studio has also designed two additional new table collections combining elegant appearance and functionality.
Wit is a collection of companion piece tables to Arper’s catalog of chairs. A quintessential form, these side tables have been pared down to the most elegant components,
The Yop table is engineered to fold down for compact storage. Created for both commercial and residential spaces that demand lightness and styled pragmatism,
New colours, materials and models
The Catifa 46 chair retains the same essential profile, but, new for 2016, will be available in an updated range of a soft yet complex palette: rosé, petrol, yellow, ivory, and smoky gray.
Any combination of these refreshed colors can be paired or contrasted with customisable seat pad, or interpreted as a monochrome statement.
The Catifa 53 chair, is reimagined for 2016 with a matte plastic or leather finish. Shade selections of white, ivory, gold, sand, caramel, café, anthracite or black lend unexpected elegance to the matte plastic.
Arper has also extended the Parentesit range - designed by the Lievore Altherr Molina studio – by introducing new freestanding models for increased privacy and comfort.
Browse the Arper collection on Space Furniture Asia's website.