Italian furniture brand Arper has recently revealed a new chair which we thought could be the next Eames. The Arper Adell Lounge Chair, as it is called, is designed by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park with inspiration drawn from the nature and as, the company puts it, “good for nature.” The latter is by the way of being sustainable for which the Adell has a shell made of 80 percent recycled polypropylene.

Arper Adell Lounge Chair Launched
Credit: Arper SPA.

Arper Adell Lounge Chair is designed in such a way that it can be further disassembled and up cycled. Moreover, the seating is made without glue and also void of harmful VOCs in its finishes.

Now lets talk about the minimalistic, yet striking aesthetic. It has an easy and comfortable shape and can be built on metal four-leg, wood four-leg, or metal sled based. This versatility makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. And yes, it totally comes as a shell only. But it does come fully upholstered, with removable or non-removable seat cushion.

Arper has officially revealed the Adell Lounge Chair, along with its new seating collection, virtually because, the cancellation of major shows due to the ongoing pandemic. You can learn more about this gorgeous throne HERE.

Featured image by Frederick Vercruysse/Arper SPA.

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