Arper - Kiik Collection


Arper makes modular furniture designed for “in between” spaces


Italian brand Arper has launched the Kiik collection of minimalist, modular furniture designed to divide open plan spaces into purposeful areas.


The Kiik collection includes varying shapes and sizes of seats, tables, ottomans and consoles. The modules are linear with clean outlines and the occasional hint of curvature comes through in the optional cushions. The feet of the seats extend down from the midline of the module in an upside down v-shape and the consoles have a simplistic, angular outline with a single foot on each side connected by the surface.

The seat frames can be combined with cushion pads and are available with and without backrests, and in varying seat heights, while the ottomans come at a fixed height. You can have triangular, circular, square or rectangular tables, and the consoles are available in different heights so you can use them as surfaces or as tall dividers between seat blocks.

Arper presented Japanese designer Ichiro Iwasaki’s collection in Milan, alongside additions to his previous modular furniture collection for the brand called Pix.

Kiik is available to order now.

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