'juno' by james irvine for arper
james irvine has conceived 'juno', a plastic chair cast produced through a single gas assisted injection mould for
italian furniture manufacturer arper. consisting of clean fluid lines, it has a light profile expressed through its silhouette and light weight.
the british designer wanted to give the seating object a more slender appearance which is particularly evident on the
outter leg of the chair which is only 8 mm thick, slowly increasing towards the centre of the furniture piece.
created both for indoors and outdoors, it can be used in residential and commercial spaces. it is available in four different forms:
solid back and open back, both either with or without arm rests; and the seat and back rest portions of the chair can also be finished in upholstered pads.
'juno' comes in five different colors: white, sand, anthracite, orange and yellow. all of the variations are stackable,
to accommodate large-scale use and storage.
see arper's interview with james irvine about his creative process and the overall design of the 'juno' chair here.
you may also see an overview of arper's presentation during salone del mobile 2012 here.
'juno' (solid back with no arms)
from left to right: open back, solid back and solid back with arms
different upholstered versions
details of the clean lines
everyone, anywhere, together: juno