“It’s the responsibility of the designer to create a product that can live for a long time. For that reason, it’s important to continue to improve what you’ve already designed, in addition to developing new products. This could mean modifying the form, the materials, or the colors to remain relevant for different applications, and to reflect new advancements in materials and technology. That’s why we undertook the re-design of the Juno chair. The idea was not to develop a whole new product, but to improve on a design that’s already successful by using a new material that’s more sustainable. Not only is this an ecological point of view, it’s also an ethical way to work as a designer.” Marialaura Irvine
Juno 02 is available in six new colours, designed for residential and contract, indoor and outdoor spaces, all made of 70 per cent post-industrial recycled plastic. Thanks to improved moulding, Juno 02 retains its sleek silhouette and strength, but needs less material to be produced.
Juno designed by James Irvine 2012, updated by Marialaura Irvine 2022
manifactured by Arper