Arper是一家领先的意大利公司，为社区，工作和家庭创建椅子，桌子和家具。Arper成立于1989年，是Feltrin家族在1980年代发起的皮革工匠企业的发展。该公司由父亲路易吉（Luigi）（直到2020年去世）与他的儿子毛罗（Mauro）和克劳迪奥（Claudio）（后者现任总统）一起创立，从一开始就以其创新产品和最新进程的状态从一开始就出名以及其国际方法。到1990年代末，Arper停止生产皮革椅，用于房屋，并转向合同行业。它开始将自己定位为B2B公司，其设计使风格不受笨重的技术功能的困扰。不久，它开始与国际设计师建立合作伙伴关系。这些合作有助于定义Arper的身份，从世界各地汲取灵感来阐述原始的综合。我们与Studio Lievore Altherr Molina（截至2016年4月）与Studio Lievore Altherr Molina（截至2016年4月）的第一伙伴关系至关重要，并导致了一系列幸运的长卖家：来自Catifa主席系列（今天有六个不同的版本，有超过200万个椅子出售了200万个椅子自2001年以来，至主体任务主席（2014年）。 Kinesit's uniqueness lies in having added color to traditionally monochrome office chairs, and having approached innovation in radical new ways, by hiding the chair’s technological features rather than boasting them. Other products born of the collaboration with the Studio Lievore Altherr Molina are the Loop sofas; the Saya, Colina, Duna 02 seating systems; the Meety, Yop, Wim tables and the Parentesit panels. Among the designers that have designed Arper’s most successful products are Jean-Marie Massaud (the Steeve sofa launched at the Salone del Mobile 2015, and the Aston executive and lounge chair); James Irvine (Juno chair); Simon Pengelly (the Nuur table, winner of the Compasso d’Oro in 2011); Antti Kotilainen (Aava collection); the Metrica Studio (Cross table); and Ichiro Iwasaki (Pix ottoman). Today Arper’s focus is mainly on the contract sector (80% of sales), with products targeted for different uses and market segments. The DNA of the brand, which approaches design as a means of action and communication, expresses itself through a special focus on color and system flexibility, in a constant dialogue between form and function. The company is growing, thanks to organizational policies - today set out by the management - that unfailingly foster transparency and the promotion of a strong, consistent brand identity: turnover has increased from 67 million Euros in 2015 to 72 million Euros in 2018. The strong drive to succeed in the international markets, which has distinguished the company since its inception, has led to an expansion of sales in the US, the Middle East and the Far East. Currently, foreign countries account for 92% of the total turnover (Europe for about 70%). Arper’s products are distributed in 90 countries through a widespread network of dealers and agents. The company’s medium to long-term goals are to foster a more direct relationship with partners within a global perspective that privileges increasingly personalized services, and to develop an expansion strategy aimed at enhancing each local market. Arper employs a total of 260 people at its headquarters (in Monastier di Treviso), subsidiaries, branches, and showrooms in Italy and abroad. Our 12 showrooms are based in major world capitals. Of these, four are the headquarters of the Group's subsidiaries: New York, (Arper USA), Dubai (Arp Middle East), London (Arper UK) and Tokyo (Arper Japan); one is a proper branch: Arper Sweden, and finally, the showrooms in Milan, Cologne, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Oslo, Chicago and Los Angeles are used as exhibition spaces, branded spaces and meeting points for local design communities. Lastly the two meeting hubs in Munich (Germany) and Beerneem (which houses the offices of Arper Belgium) and the branch in Singapore complete the list.