Subtle allusions that capture the pleasing irregularity of nature create comfortable and iconic surfaces and silhouettes: in the shape of the table tops — similar to the shape of a pebble polished by the water — and in the particularity of the structures, displaying an irregular design reminding of the branches of a tree or a leaf veins.

Cabanon 2.0. for living together outdoors

Contemporary cabins envisioned for a holistic natural dimension, respecting and coexisting with places and their characteristics.

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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