STAND #ArperValues

Design values are what shape our everyday experiences.
This year we explored Arper’s Values in six rooms. Each of them is treated with a different aproach that links a broader perspective to one or several collections. In addition, we interviewed a variety of creative practitioners to bring their perspective on Arper’s design values to show how multivalent and universal they are.



A perimeter to define space.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.



The Dizzie collection expands to include new white Italian marble tabletops.
Sleek and sophisticated, the marble tabletops are available in a bar and side table size, with two height options for each version. A sumptuous finish to Dizzie’s organic silhouette for home, hospitality, and contract uses.



The Arcos collection grows to include a three-seat option.
This new couch is expansive in form and minimal in expression. Retaining the same cast aluminum armrests that evoke classical archways and architecture, this new version provides generous length to comfortably accommodate three.



Duna’s 02 timeless silhouette is like a soft, enveloping flower — evoking the feeling of being held by a blossom.
To complement Duna’s 02 source of inspiration, it has been reimagined in sustainably-made shell options, a 100% recycled post-industrial material. Inspired by nature, in the service of nature.



The pursuit of symmetry, the perfect shapes, the combined use of different materials and their processing are the distinctive aspects of a collection that recalls the aesthetics of classic Mediterranean architecture. The washbasin and bathtub are monoliths made of stones varying in nature, colour and finish and are therefore the key elements of the bathroom, which is complemented with screens, fitted with mirrors and lights, and towel racks. Today, following their presentation at Design Week 2017, the Roma washbasins are also available with wooden parts alternated with ceramic and metal.



With its harmonious shapes and natural finishes, inspired by Japanese aesthetics, the Azuma collection includes washbasins, screens, towel racks and accessories characterised by extreme attention to detail and well-balanced proportions. Presented during Design Week 2017, Azuma is now enriched with new types, size versions and finishes in order to offer comprehensive and consistent solutions for furnishing simple or structured bathrooms in a very stylish way.



The Z-Lounge line includes two lounge chairs and a rocking chair, designed to achieve total relaxation and a stressless way of life, surrounded by the calm that nature provides.”Time is the real luxury”, explains Alberto Lievore. ”Time we devote to our friends, to ourselves, to contemplating, with nothing more. Nature offers us this space and Z-Lounge offers our moments of relaxation the comfort and coolness that only a technical fabric can give”. The innovation of the Z-Lounge line lies specifically in the fabric, which envelops the frame of the chair thus making up the seat and the backrest. This special fabric is made with an acrylic yarn batch-dyed on a specific loom, which creates genuine seam-less knitting. The result is a particularly robust and self-supporting fabric, which ensures drainage and resistance to UV rays, and which is breathable and cool, providing comfortable seating ideal for outdoor use. The base and the frame of the three Z-Lounge models is entirely in painted aluminium (creamy white, green tea or dark brown). To achieve a perfect match with the frame, the fabric mesh is available in three colours: creamy white mélange, dark brown mélange and green tea mélange.



The completion of the NILSON system pass from the sofa to the armchair, distinguished by absolute comfort, generous and harmonics lines inspired by the seats of the exclusive British clubs. Nilson Lounge easily moves from the domestic environment to the office with extreme ease; matched with the pouf, the comfort of the seat becomes incomparable. Wide variety of fabrics and colors, or the timeless leather to make it almost a unique piece, to connote a living as well as an elegant managerial context.

The low version is designed for those who prefer an informal and contemporary taste. Wide variety of fabrics and colors, or the timeless leather to make it almost a unique piece, to connote a living as well as an elegant managerial context.



The ZANTE coffee tables are adjustable in height, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, and made of white oil or black oil like the Etan bookcase. They seem to have been lend from a painter’s studio, perhaps because of the simple and practical mechanism to raise and lower them that reminds the easel; but also for the particularity that characterizes the top, a wooden border that remind the frame of a canvas.