When Arper originally introduced the Juno chair by Milan-based British designer James Irvine in 2012 it was characterized by its minimal and slim silhouette and redefined the capabilities of a plastic chair.
Now Studio Irvine has collaborated on Juno 02. Reissued to meet today’s sustainability standards, the chair’s mould has been refined in order to use less material without compromising its integrity or its signature clean-lined profile. Further, it is now made from 70 per cent post-industrial recycled polypropylene and is offered in six new colourways that work in both contract and residential settings – Snow White, Sage Green, Rust, Turtledove Gray, Anthracite Gray and Black.
The open-back design is offered with or without arms, with an optional upholstered pad (attached via screws to negate the use of glues) and can be stacked for easy storage (up to six without arms and up to four with arms).