Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Two New Collections From Arper


Juno, a structured chair system, is Arper’s first chair made entirely of polypropylene through gas-assisted injection molding. Juno stands out for its wide range of solutions, which make it ideal for the home and contract sectors: available in five colors, with an open or closed backrest, it can be customized by adding armrests and thin upholstery in the chair and/or in the backrest.
Saya is a wood chair collection for the home sector, which is also suitable for contract spaces, especially in the version with chromed steel legs. Characterized by a strongly iconic and recognizable profile, it is available with a wooden finish – natural oak and teak – and in different color versions.


10 comments:

  1. it guess it proves beauty is in the eye of the beholder because it looks so uncomfortable and dysfunctional to me.

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  2. In the pictures chairs looks good but i think these chairs are uncomfortable for long time siting. I think Arm chairs are more comfortable.

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  3. I love these. Stylish, inventive, and unique. What's not to like? A very striking pair of designs.

    Best wishes, Alex.

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  4. Fabulous collection.
    Looking really nice design.....

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  5. its really nice and new design ,
    mostly person are repeating the old fashion models ,
    its really good to see new design ,,

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  6. The wood char has a very nice flow to it. I wish there were more images, I would like to see the one with chrome legs.

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  7. yeah contract furniture..! i do agree with you. No doubt, the furniture with upholstery of leather is much comfortable than anything else.

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  8. well Chesterfield Suite..! i don't think so the same because Commercial Hotel Furniture, bar furniture etc is not always upholstered with leather or any other kind of stuff but still people loves it.

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  9. Exactly Aldis..but its good for hotels,restaurants,bars etc. but if we talk about home furniture then comfort is always first priority.

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