Catifa: seven collections, one family

WORK FATIGUE

“Distributed work”. After a gradual return to offices, management now has to reorganize a dual model of relations between physical and digital presence. We talk about it with Gianpietro Petriglieri, Pyschiatrist and Professor at INSEAD.

Arper for Outdoor

Whether it is a space designed specifically for outdoor play or learning environments, or a space to meet and relax, outdoor spaces encourage healthy behaviors and improve the physical and mental wellbeing.

Domestic Program

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Long Beach Civic Center

"The building provides a welcoming and flexible environment, with interior space organized into discrete and identifiable areas that maximize the use of square footage and enhance user accessibility and staff efficiency."

Project: Long Beach Civic Center
Where: Long Beach, United States
Architect: SOM
Photo: Fotoworks/Benny Chan
Arper products: Dizzie, Pix, Catifa 46, Catifa 70

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Staycation and lifestyle How hotels are changing
Abby Bullard, Senior Interiors Associate of Stonehill Taylor, Werner Aisslinger, founder of the German firm of the same name, and Giuseppe Varsavia, founder of the new Italian design company Detales, talk about the rapid changes taking place in hospitality formats.
Work: what we have learned from the pandemic
In the office of the future, personal wellbeing will be an increasingly central factor. We will see more mixed formulas of living space and workspace, increasingly connected to the panorama of services in the city. We talked it over with Despina Katsikakis, Head of Occupier Business Performance at Cushman&Wakefield.
Arper for The World Around 2021
Arper support the two upcoming events of The World Around in 2021, that gathers progressive and design-focused organizations and thought leaders in architecture, design, arts and technology to examine the impact and role of design in culture today
In itinere: comfort and urbanity
Large places of transit. While the world slowed down, construction continued. In La Spezia, Chicago, Riga and Paris, four projects that look to the future, a new way of traveling and new types of flow management.

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