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Lightweight in form and environmental footprint

Playful or sophisticated,
demure or vibrant


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


Kinesit Met
Kinesit Met is a sophisticated evolution of the Kinesit office chair, now available in a refreshed palette.
Kata: Designing for Sustainability
Sustainability in Kata was not an afterthought on process, but rather a core impetus for the design itself. The result is a marriage of traditional craftsmanship and modern processes with a reduced environmental footprint.
Aston Club
Low Back
A subtle gesture, at home anywhere.
With open arms, the Aston Club Low Back invites repose, rest, and shelter in any environment—a quiet space all your own.
Nearness: a new growth model / Milan
The 15-minute city proposed for Paris by the mayor Anne Hidalgo has revolutionized the idea of urban growth. And the concept of proximity has become pervasive and strategic in many sectors, also for workspaces
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