Stylecraft has celebrated the launch of the new Arper Work/Life collection, available in Australia exclusively through Stylecraft.
June 14th, 2016
Available in the Arper Work/Life collection is the Steeve modular lounge system; the Parentesit acoustic wall module; Catifa Sensit office chair; Cross table; and Kinesit office chair. Stylecraft celebrated the launch of the range with intimate design events in Sydney and Melbourne, featuring Arper CEO Claudio Feltrin & Global Sales Director Marco Montali. We’re very excited to see how designers use this range going forward!
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