The Ralik collection, designed by Ichiro Iwasaki, has received the Archiproducts Design Awards, an award sponsored by Archiproducts, one of the largest networks dedicated to architecture and design.
Arper's Shaal sofa, designed by the Doshi Levien studio, has been selected by the ADI Permanent Design Observatory for the 2023 edition of the ADI Design Index, the volume that annually brings together the best Italian design.
Arper is proud to join Mixology North23 by Mix Interiors as sponsors of the Project of the Year – Public Sector & Cultural category.
A Lot With Little multi-channel film installation made its US debut on October 26th and it will run until January 27th at MAS Context in Chicago.
On November 2nd, we hosted a design debate on flexible working in our newly refurbished Arper showroom in Dubai.
Established in 2016, the Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park was founded by AUS Enterprises with the aim of developing an ecosystem to support innovation – based on an alliance between industry, government and academia –, whose activities result in high-potential start-ups.
A unique display of photographs celebrating this year’s RIBA Royal Gold medallist Yasmeen Lari was presented in Arper’s London showroom from 5th to 13th October.
We are reaffirming our commitment to culture by supporting A Lot With Little, an exhibition on ethical and responsible architecture, which makes its world premiere at the Venice Architecture Biennale on 26 September.
A lively professional space, in close dialogue with the surrounding natural environment and made dynamic by fluid interaction among colleagues: this was the vision that inspired Kajima Design Studio in the design of the new headquarters of Sigma, a leading Japanese company in the field of photographic optics.
Arper, which has been supporting the Museum since 2017 with the Guggenheim Intrapresæ corporate membership programme, embraced the project by finding the ideal solution that would meet all the needs of the space.