Arper continues its sustainability journey. Juno and Stacy have both obtained the environmental certification EPD, joining the other already-certified Arper collections: Catifa 46, Catifa 53, Duna 02, Duna 02 Eco and Babar.
The collection Juno, in the open backrest version, has obtained the Environmental Product Declaration EPD.
Designed by James Irvine in 2012, this chair is a fluid and light chair for residential and contract use. With its singular, simple shape, Juno brings efficiency and customization together in unique combination.
The EPD certification is the third environmental one received by this product, together with Greenguard, American recognition that certifies the product for indoor air quality, and GECA, Australian certification, which establishes the requirements for the environmental performance of a product, analyzing its entire life cycle. Juno also recently obtained a certification for its security features, assigned by the German organization TÜV-GS.
Stacy, in the sled version without armrests, has also received the Environmental Product Declaration EPD.
Stacy, designed by Lievore Altherr in 2018, is functional and distinguished and can be trolley stacked up to 40 chairs for ease of transport in provisional and impromptu seating environments like universities, conference rooms, auditoriums, churches, or public spaces.