Pix. Designed by Iwasaki Design Studio for Arper.
Interactive Seating in a Casual Environment
The great thing about Pix—and about Public Pouf-style seating in general—is that it’s great fun. This holds not only because Pix’s chosen color palette is a vivacious vibrato of reds, yellows, burgundies, and oranges, but also because the backless set-up lets you enjoy 360 degrees of commune with the world, which may not be the best thing if you’re the paranoid sort, but for most is a profound enrichment of the public environment. Arper casts it thusly, “the soft, generous volumes of Pix: a system of poufs that marries the Arper style with the creativity of the Iwasaki Design Studio. Pix provides a note of ease in interior design schemes for waiting or relaxation areas in collective or domestic settings.”
Surely those with a preference for privacy can appreciate said “notes of ease” in their domestic environment. Perhaps the candy-colored creativity of Pix will even persuade them to let their guard down and relish the good humor and aesthetic appeal of a seating arrangement that resembles a child’s confection.
Options for Pix include fabric and faux leather upholstery; one, three, or five seaters; and adjustable feet.