This month will see Stylecraft launch two recent releases from Lievore Altherr Molina’s growing stable of products for Arper.
May 1st, 2015
Graphic, lightweight and fluid, Zinta is a modular sofa system that can be adapted to any environment, be it commercial, hospitality or residential. While the sculptural Colina, is a family of armchairs whose adaptive form ensures it is equally confident when featured on its own, as a pairing or in a group setting.
Comprising of a veneered, ply timber shell in a choice of three stain finishes on a cast aluminium leg and frame to anthracite, the Zinta range is separated into Waiting, Eating and Lounge versions. The Zinta Waiting and Eating models feature pad upholstery to the seat and back, whilst the defining characteristic of the Zinta lounge is the generous cushion detail. A system of variable lengths and angles, it can ultimately serve as a single sofa or a large-scale statement piece that can weave through an office, restaurant or public space with ease.
The Colina Armchairs are available in three sizes; small, medium and large, upholstered in fabric or leather. All sizes are available with a solid upholstered base, while the medium Colina is available in cantilever, sled and 4-leg timber baser options. As highlighted by Lievore Altherr Molina, the Colina’s “… open character encourages dialogue of all sorts in architecture as well as among colleagues and friends.”
Arper products are available exclusively through Stylecraft in Australia and Singapore.
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