Key facts

Product:
Saya
Family:
Saya
Manufacturer:
Arper
Designer:
Alberto Lievore, Jeannette Altherr, Lievore Altherr Molina, Manel Molina
Architonic ID:
1200723
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2013
Groups:
Seating-Chairs
Lounge area/Waiting ...-Waiting area chairs
Seating/seating system...-Restaurant chairs
Seating/seating systems-Canteen chairs
Gastronomy-Restaurant chairs
Gastronomy-Canteen chairs

Product description

Chair with chromed steel sleed base and curved plywood shell, available in various colors. Glides with felt insert for wood floors provided upon request.

Product family

Concept

Saya is a mark, a gesture, a graphic sign, rendered in wood to finish a space like a signature. Fluid in line, warm in material , its silhouette is bold, striking. The sum is more than the parts: Saya inspires inclusion in diverse environments from home to office. Made for both residential and contract use, Saya is fabricated in oak and finished in teak, and natural stain. Color stains include white, black, ochre and three shades of red to permit variable yet cohesive combination. The 4-leg base is available in wood or chrome-finish steel. The 4-leg chrome-finish steel version is stackable to allow for large-scale use and storage.


Last year Saya sauntered onto the scene with its gestural gate and graphic silhouette. This year the foray continues. Sled bases are a welcome addition to the family as a whole making Saya an even more versatile option for contract applications. We now introduce the Saya stool and upholstered shell option for chair and stool available in Kvadrat fabrics.

And finally, we are pleased to announce a whole new flock: Saya Mini is perfectly suited for little people in a vibrant, new coordinated color palette of chair shells and bases that can be combined freely. Shells are available in painted white, yellow, red, pink and natural wood. Painted metal sled bases are available in white, yellow, pink, red and chrome.

Red Dot: Best of the Best Product Design Award, Germania 2013
ADI Design Index 2013
German Interior Innovation Award 2014