Parentesit
Arper Friday 14 Oct 2016

Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, Parentesit is an acoustic wall module that reduces extraneous background noise and creates a space for concentration, offering comfort for contemporary shared spaces.
The bold, graphic forms are available in three shapes - a circle, a square or an oval - that can be further customized with the addition of a speaker or ambient light.

Arper has extended the functionality of Parentesit to include freestanding models for increased privacy and comfort. Architectural in scale, these modules carve out a three-dimensional space for concentration or quiet conversation in shared workspaces or collaborative environments. Modular by design, each screen can be combined to realise new spatial compositions that reinforce or distinguish it from its architectural environment.

Parentesit Freestanding is able to stand alone thanks to its matte black metal frame. Modules are available in four options: two round panels of different sizes, one square panel, and one combination square and round panel. All panels are available in Arper's full range of fabric options further engaging the expression of the end user.

In designing Parentesit its creators took inspiration from both minimalist art and classic Japanese interiors.

The signature and elemental shapes of Parentesit complement Arper's clean, minimal language creating a visual element that combines function and aesthetics.

About Arper

Arper is an Italian company that manufactures and distributes designer chairs, sofas and tables for contract, home and work sectors worldwide.

Arper collections are distributed via international sales networks and displayed in 11 single-brand showrooms.

The London showroom in Clerkenwell is the company's centerpiece: a flagship space in the heart of the architecture and design district, where you can experience first-hand the company's design vision - the pursuit of the essential.

About Lievore Altherr Molina

Lievore Altherr Molina was founded by Alberto Lievore, Jeannette Altherr and Manuel Molina in 1991. Their humanist design approach is informed by the fundamental desire for pure, beautiful forms derived from the constraints of function, technology and context. Distinguished by a multi-disciplinary method that engages furniture, interior, product, and package design, their work has been globally exhibited and acknowledged

Photo Credits

Image 1: Bieffe&Marco_Covi

Image 2 : RDNR_Studio&MarcoCovi

Images 3:  RDNR_Studio&MarcoCovi

Image 4 : RDNR_Studio&MarcoCovi

Image 5 : Kaufman+Ikeno