Both Saya and Juno were presented at the recent Salone del Mobile in Milan, showing that Arper is committed to creating high-quality design objects where simple and straightforward shapes are achieved through careful research into design and materials. Saya, by Lievore Altherr Molina, is a multi-layer wood chair whose wrap-around shape draws its inspiration from the home and alludes to the idea of an embrace. The chairs, made of oak, are finished in natural stain or teak. Colour stains include white, black, ochre and three shades of red. Extremely versatile, Saya can be used alone or as a set to create lively colour compositions for both residential and contract use. For the latter option, the chair is available in two versions: with wooden or stackable, chromed-steel legs. Arper has created its first completely polypropene chair, Juno. Designed by James Irvine, Juno is cast in a single mould using gas-assisted injection. The result is a simple, elegant and slender chair with a light touch. Designed for indoors or outside, and both home and contract use, Juno comes in various versions: open or closed back, with or without armrests, upholstered back and/or arm rests. All the models can be stacked.
It comes in five colours: white, sand, anthracite, orange and yellow.