Ghia Tables Encourage Infinite Curiosity

Courtesy of Arper


June 23, 2022

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Studio Altherr Désile Park designed the new Ghia collection of tables from Arper with the possibility to create nearly infinite combinations of colors and shapes. The surfaces of the table are tactile and inspired by nature, creating landscapes of their own with a mix of geometric and organic shapes.

Ghia was on full display at NeoCon, where Arper took on the theme “The Project of Living,” considering spaces and how they transform life (and vice versa) in today’s ever-changing society. Ghia’s customization and harmonious colors and forms create adaptable spaces for life to happen.

The mix of colors and textures of the tables feel calm and collected, instantly making spaces feel as peaceful as they are expressive. Soft edges and low tops allow the tables to make a statement in a way that feels congruous with their surroundings.

Ghia’s many stylistic combinations encourage customization, making the tables feel personal and meaningful. Numerous finishes can be matched with various forms and sizes, providing multitudes of options for styling. The bases are available in three different heights and two shapes: sculptural totem, or three slightly asymmetrical legs. Tabletops come in a large, organic shape and small and medium circular shapes.

The tables exemplify Arper’s commitment to sustainable design with healthy and sustainably sourced materials. Finish choices for both bases and tops include red clay or moss green paint over VOC-free MDF, a veneer of FSC-certified European oak in natural or black finish, or a terrazzo top in either a dark or light colorway, which is available for the small top only.

No matter the size, shape or material, Altherr Désile Park’s new Ghia tables feel curious and distinctive. Leisure and style blend together in the sustainably made tables. In a group or standing alone, Ghia reigns over space with a gentle touch.

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