Inspired by a modernist classic, sixteen3's Piper collection infuses personality into a scheme.

sixteen3 has launched its new Piper collection - a dynamic addition to its portfolio of contemporary seating solutions.

With its blend of timeless design, soft shapes, and piping details, Piper offers a playful twist on classic cantilever seating, designed to inject expressive personality into interiors.

For customisation, the seat, backs, and piping can be upholstered in different fabrics, offering multiple ways to combine texture and colour for a truly unique look. There are endless possibilities in fabric combinations, whether it's contrasting piping, a different seat fabric to back fabric, or match all the fabrics and choose a contrasting tubular frame. Piper offers the flexibility to tailor each chair to suit the aesthetic of the interior.

Piper is available in three heights, designed to complement the Betto table range. The standard chair height has been set for traditional meeting rooms, office desks, and café setups. And the counter and poseur stool heights are ideal for elevated countertops, bar areas, and high meeting or collaborative spaces. The various height offerings ensure that Piper can be used across multiple areas within a space, providing design continuity with varying functionality.

Piper's tubular cantilever frame is available in sixteen3's standard range of 24 metal colours, ranging from dark hues to bright tones, pale shades, and endearing neutrals. This extensive colour palette allows further personalisation with the ability to suit the colours across all the manufacturer's ranges, adding contrast to a focal point or ensuring a coordinated harmony across many products within a space.

"Piper not only offers a playful take on a design classic, but also provides designers and architects with endless possibilities for customisation. Every Piper chair has the ability to contribute seamlessly to the overall aesthetic and enhance the personality of the interior they're chosen for", comments sixteen3's head of design, Charles Bramwell.

Discover more about Piper, and sixteen3's other product collections here, and by visiting Material Source Studio.