At the Salone del Mobile 2017 Arper presented its collections in two different exhibition spaces: in the area dedicated to design and in the office section; the keyword “Together”, a new perspective that places relationships at the centre of design: the relationship between objects, the relationship between objects, people and space. Spaces that adapt to new situations and suit the needs of everyday life, a theme has always been at the foundation of Arper’s creation.


The Barcelona-based architecture studio MAIO, in collaboration with Jeannette Altherr, has designed Arper’s stand with the objective of creating a space that best represents the interaction between architecture and Arper’s collections. At Pavilion 16 the space was organized around a large central square leading to many rooms where the productswas displayed in ways designed to stimulate interaction. At Pavilion 22 the same exhibition system takes on an entirely different meaning: the coating made of a translucent material, thanks to a play of transparencies and shadows, helped to increase the perception of space. On display, a selection of the company's collections, from iconic products to new designs: the new collection Arcos is a restrained interpretation of Art Deco’s geometric glamor, and the new chair Cila, both designed by Lievore Altherr.


In 2011 Arper received the reputed Compasso d'Oro ADI Prize given to Nuur table designed by Simon Pengelly.


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