Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, Colina’s flexible form makes it ideal for both commercial and residential environments.
30 March, 2015
Colina is a soft and sculptural seating collection designed by Spanish studio Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper. The family of armchairs was originally created to complement the fluid design of the Loop modular lounge, and in that spirit, Colina’s adaptive form ensures it is equally confident when featured on its own, as a pairing or in a group setting in both commercial and residential contexts.
As described by Lievore Altherr Molina, the Colina’s “… open character encourages dialogue of all sorts of architecture as well as among colleagues and friends.”
The Colina armchairs are available in three sizes: small, medium and large, upholstered in fabric or leather. All sizes are available with a solid upholstered base, while the medium Colina is available in cantilever, sled and 4-leg timber baser options.
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