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Arper's Milan booth sought to answer such questions

'What makes the project of living?'

'What makes the project of living?' was the question that welcomed visitors to the Arper booth at Milan Design Week, inviting them to discover what 'the project of living' means for the designers: furniture designed to meet the needs of a constantly evolving world, flexible and cross-cutting solutions for moments of work, meeting, waiting, and relaxation.

The journey led visitors through an immersive experience, discovering collections that engage with evocative and suggestive narratives of the various situations we experience every day.

The company recently introduced Catifa Carta, a groundbreaking reimagination of its timeless Catifa 53, which has captivated since its launch in 2001. Catifa Carta marks a pivotal moment for Arper as the company moves forward in its journey to becoming a leading example of responsible business. It empowers the company to meet the growing demand for sustainability within the industry, answering the question, 'What constitutes a sustainable living project?'.

Catifa Carta's shell is crafted entirely from PaperShell, a groundbreaking material derived from paper. Comprising 29 sheets of paper bonded with a natural resin binder, Catifa Carta significantly reduces the chair's environmental footprint by sequestering carbon dioxide.

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