Six recent projects designed for post-pandemic working
From agile coworking to socially-minded headquarters, we explore a selection of workplaces developed for changing conventions.
New for 2021, Kinesit Met is a stylish evolution Arper’s classic Kinesit office chair, now available in a refreshed palette.
Created as Arper’s first regulatory-compliant office chair – originally designed by Lievore Altherr Molina in 2014, Kinesit Met is now available with metallic finished armrests and new, contemporary materials, colours, and textures.
Inspired by the evolution of today’s workplaces and spaces, Kinesit Met is designed for how (and where) we work today – softer, adaptable, and from anywhere. The new palette selection adds refinement and style to imbedded soft technology, marrying performance and style in a sleek silhouette.
Light and minimal in design, Kinesit Met features built-in mechanisms hidden discreetly under the seat; an invisible, adjustable lumbar support is concealed within the backrest’s thin frame to give additional flexibility and comfort.
Kinesit Met is available in a low or medium back option customisable in a range of textured and shaded fabric options. Aluminium armrests and base are available in metallic finish options of copper, light grey and anthracite.
Photography: Salva Lopez
Inspiration for your next read
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.