Kinesit is Arper’s first office chair that is one hundred-percent compliant with regulatory requirements.
A classical form, repeated. The Arcos collection is a restrained interpretation of Art Deco’s geometric glamor — without the ornamentation.
With subtly-turned surfaces, circular to ovoid, and a sturdy four-way base, Eolo is a distinctive and useful table for home or office.
Triangular in form and modular in nature, Ply is a system of low tables and stools rendered in fluid lines of wood.
Sean is a collection of sofas and a bench that combines generous, geometric volumes with slender, cast metal legs.
A perimeter to define space. Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space.
With Juno, plastic chair has come of age. Cast in a single form, it has fluid lines and a light profile, in silhouette and weight.
Strong and serene, Planesit adds to Kinesit’s intuitive, built-in technology and superlative comfort, and offers a new, accessible expression of ergonomic support.
Quiet in form and near endless in possibilities, Mixu is a sustainable and versatile collection of chairs and stools that can be completely customized to suit the needs of any context, environment,
As much a part of Arper’s identity as it is a testament to enduring design, Catifa 53, that inspired Catifa Up, is the piece that started it all.
Loop is a modular system of soft sofa elements that combine in short clusters or long, flowing lines as unique and expressive as a signature.
Bardi's Bowl Chair
Designed in 1951 by Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi, the Bardi’s Bowl Chair is a semi-spherical seat resting lightly on a metallic ring structure, supported by four legs.