lievore altherr molina: saya for arper
jul 10, 2012
lievore altherr molina: saya for arper

‘saya’ by lievore altherr molina for arper



conceived by spanish designer lievore altherr molina, ‘saya’ is a chair that features a bold, striking silhouette, graphic in its appearance.
developed for use in both residential and commercial settings, the seating object is made from oak, finished in teak and natural stain.
available in white, black, ochre, and three shades of red, ‘saya’ features a four-leg base which comes in wood or a chrome-finished steel version
which makes the design stackable, ideal for large-scale use and storage.



‘saya’ is made from oak, finished in teak and natural stain


the chair is available in either a four-leg wood or chrome-finished steel base


color range


‘saya’ chair


in context


detail of the back rest


/4 back profile detail


‘saya': a gesture, a sign of life

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