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Designed by Marcello Ziliani, the Finn seating collection uses contrasting materials and finishes and a synthesis of great comfort and versatility – a collection that combines shape, beauty and functionality in an all-Italian design.
Simple only in appearance, the seat of the FINN collections enhances the size of the structure, offering a profile of deliberately generous sections. Pure and minimalist architecture becomes the supporting element of a soft, welcoming and enveloping seat.
‘The FINN project comes from this contrast, a fusion of Nordic elements filtered through a typically Italian sweetness and softness, in a play of references and relationships in search of the perfect synthesis between tension and balance,’ says designer Marcello Ziliani.
Materials, colours, finishes and refined details enhance the personality and character of this collection.
Chair and armchair are available, respectively for frame and seat, in the combinations of steel and wood, steel and fabric, wood and wood, wood and fabric, to compose a complete and coherent overall picture – well suited for both private and contract environments.
Steel finishes in anthracite or terracotta coated matt nickel, matt gold, black matt nickel or vintage bronze sit with a variety of wooden finishes – including white, blond walnut stained or black stained ash with visible grains, grey matt-stained beech or aquamarine matt lacquered beech.
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At Salone del Mobile, Arper showcases new flexible, timeless collections intended to strengthen the relationship between humanity and our natural world through a principled approach to craft.
Introducing DRESS_CODE: a chair with generous proportions that can be dressed with tailored garments, accompanied by a coffee table of the same name.