Arper - Catifa 46 Chair | Salvioni
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Catifa 46 ChairWith 4 Steel Legs Catifa 46 Chair

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€ 221,00

Catifa 46 ChairSled Base Catifa 46 Chair

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€ 260,00

Catifa 46 ChairTrestle Base Catifa 46 Chair

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€ 431,00

Catifa 46 ChairCon 4 Wooden Legs Catifa 46 Chair

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€ 440,00

Catifa 46 ChairOn Castors Catifa 46 Chair

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€ 476,00

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A young and constantly growing company, Arper focuses on the production of tables, chairs and furnishing accessories. Arper furniture stands out in the Italian design scene for its essential and intuitive style, in line with the tradition of Scandinavian masters and the dominant trends of international design. Arper furnishings are often born as projects for common areas, but thanks to their high quality standards, they are perfect even for domestic environments or for offices and workspaces. Another peculiar feature of the brand is its strong focus on the environmental impact of production, with strict sustainability protocols applied since the early ‘2000.Read more

Alberto Lievore & Jeannette Altherr
Alberto Lievore (1948-) and Jeannette Altherr (1965-), respectively of Argentine and German origins, founded the Lievore Altherr Molina studio in Barcelona in 1991, in collaboration with the Spanish Manel Molina (1963-). The studio, dedicated to product design and the creation of coordinated corporate images, soon established itself as one of the most interesting realities in the panorama of Spanish design. The purity and practicality of the shapes they create immediately conquers the eye without the need to resort to "special effects", in a functional design with great stylistic cleanliness. Over the years they have established numerous collaborations with major international companies, including the one with the Italian Arper, accompanied on a great path of growth through the creation not only of products but also of exhibition stands, shops and fittings. Among the numerous other companies with which they have collaborated, the Spanish Andreu World, Viccarbe and Vibia and the Italian Poltrona Frau, Verzelloni, Driade, Zanotta and Sovet are worthy of mention. In 2016 the studio split: while Manel Molina individually continued his creative path, Lievore and Altherr joined Delphine Désile and Dennis Park to form the Lievore + Altherr Désile Park studio.Read more