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Salone del Mobile 2024, Milano

At this year’s Salone, Arco celebrates 120 years of craft and innovation. The much-loved Slim table, marks its own anniversary, turning 20, as Arco itself hits 120.       

Meet us at Salone del Mobile 2024, Milano, from 16 until 21 April 2024 in Hall 22, L14, Rho Fiera Milano. Get in touch with our team for a one on one meeting. We’d welcome the chance to discuss collaborations, exchange ideas or simply say “hello.”  

Jane Wolf | Sales Manager Contract International  

Agerta Bokking | Sales Manager Retail International  

Floor van Ast | Sales & Marketing Director  

Jorre van Ast | Art director  

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Future proofing tables since 1904.

At this year's Salone, we celebrate old classics and introduce new products to our product families, optimizing existing collections to ensure they embody our commitment to sustainability and longevity. New designs by designers Jonathan Prestwich and Sabine Marcelis, and celebrating classics and innovation by designers Bertjan Pot and Jorre van Ast. All our products, new and existing, are made "for this generation, and the next", and we are dedicated to continuing our legacy of craftsmanship and innovation.

New Dew coffee table by Sabine Marcelis 

The distinguished Sabine Marcelis designed the Dew coffee table, which is a follow-up to the Dew dining table. Like the dining table, the Dew coffee table is made to adapt to a variety of spaces thanks to its organic, sculptural form. It’s available in multiple sizes and heights, meaning you can nest several tables to create a “landscape” of objects.     

Constructed from a solid top and semi-solid wooden frame, the Dew coffee table can withstand the bumps of daily life and is durable enough to meet Arco’s promise of furniture for this generation, and the next.    

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Ecofriendly chair Home-Work By Jonathan Prestwich 

Home-Work is a chair inspired by a desire for flexibility. Specifically, how can we adapt the home for work purposes? Or vice versa: how can we make the office feel more like home? Designer Jonathan Prestwich – a frequent Arco collaborator – developed Home-Work to serve both these needs.  

Thanks to its optional wheels, Home-Work provides the mobility of an office chair, great comfort and a friendly design, reminiscent of home. Speaking of which, it’s also suited to our collective home, the planet. It’s easy to reupholster, built to last a lifetime, and the version without wheels is made of 95% biobased materials–meaning less environmental impact.  

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Height-adjustable table HAT by Jorre van Ast 

The modern office is a space where meetings, informal briefings and individual work alternate constantly. While “flexibility” is a broad concept, this height-adjustable table provides one practical answer. In contrast with others in its category, the table’s design means it can be used in multiple ways. It could be a meeting table. Equally, it could serve as a workplace or team table. As it doesn’t look like a typical height adjustable table, it could even take the place of a dining table. 

The table’s intelligence is in its legs, which house both a motor and the mechanism responsible for altering its height. In keeping with the theme of maximum flexibility, the HAT optionally comes with a battery-operated charger. Rather than rely on a bundle of wires, this means the table becomes “pluggable,” easily moved to fit the changing needs of its surroundings.

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