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.
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.
A quintessential form, pared down to its most elegant components, Wim is a collection of companion piece tables to Arper’s seating catalog.
Inspired by the architectural structure of bridges — at once strong and lightweight — Meety retains its unique character from its cast aluminum legs that seamlessly integrate into multiple tabletop
Space to think, space to dream. Aston Club evolves the Aston design to offer sumptuous comfort contained within a striking and elegant gesture.
Kinesit is Arper’s first office chair that is one hundred-percent compliant with regulatory requirements.
A perimeter to define space. Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space.
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.
Nuur is the archetypal table: a single, spare plane floats above four slender legs.
With subtly-turned surfaces, circular to ovoid, and a sturdy four-way base, Eolo is a distinctive and useful table for home or office.
Sean is a collection of sofas and a bench that combines generous, geometric volumes with slender, cast metal legs.
A classical form, repeated. The Arcos collection is a restrained interpretation of Art Deco’s geometric glamor — without the ornamentation.
Strong and serene, Planesit adds to Kinesit’s intuitive, built-in technology and superlative comfort, and offers a new, accessible expression of ergonomic support.