Promotion: As part of Salone del Mobile 2023, Italian furniture brand Pedrali It has launched a number products in collaborations with Italian designers and international designers. These are for both residential and business environments.
New products include seating The following are some examples of how to get started: tables They are made of a variety materials such as ash, teak or aluminium.
Salone del Mobile in Milan, from 18-23 April 2023, will mark the 60th anniversary of Pedrali and its 34th participation.
Six new products have been launched to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the furniture brand.
The Italian design studio CMP Design created Guinea, an outdoor aluminium chair with an “iconic appeal that evokes a concept of lightness” and “transparency.
The chair features teak armrests with a large aluminum frame. It is available in a variety of configurations.
The chair’s version with a fabric-covered aluminium backrest is similar to traditional director’s seats, while the version with an aluminium backrest covered with fabric has a more archetypical and traditional form.
The armrests, backrest and seat can all be disassembled easily to change a part or to recycle.
Lamorisse Wood armchair by CMP Design
Lamorisse Wood Armchair by Pedrali, designed also by CMP Design is an indoor armchair made of solid ash, suitable for use in a restaurant or dining room. The chair is designed with a thin metal framework and oval-shaped feet that blend in well with the steam-curved arms.
The chair has an increasing thickness at its joints for added strength. A non-deformable polyurethane cushion is included to ensure comfort.
Similar to the Guinea chair, Lamorisse Wood is easily disassembled for users to replace or transport a component.
Anemos table by Pio & Tito Toso
Anemos, a concrete table, is designed to show off the materiality. The design is simple, architectural and light.
It’s made of two curvaceous concrete shells which are attached to the top. This gives its base a “flexible, sinuous shape that resembles a membrane.”
This creates a table which can support large tabletops and appears to be “sculpted” by the wind. The matt and slightly shaded surface of the concrete – which comes in natural or clay-coloured hues – is designed to enhance the materiality of the base.
Blume table by Sebastian Herkner
Blume Table, designed by German designer Sebastian HerknerIt has a flower shaped profile running the length of its height.
The table comes in a variety of sizes, finishes and tops. Its central base is either made from cast iron or stainless steel. Tables are available in various sizes, tops and finishes for “the ultimate customisation and flexibility”.
Narì armchair by Andrea Pedrali
The Narì chair, created by Andrea PedraliPedrali’s 1960s forged iron garden chairs inspired the design of. The distinctive feature of the legs – obtained from a double rod forged by hand and bent – is created using a double steel tube that features a simple, linear shape.
The weather-resistant PVC cover with a nylon core – woven by artisans in Italy – tightens towards the lower part of the seat and widens towards the top, which resembles the fan-shaped geometry informed by the backrest of the brand’s Serenella armchair.
The backrest and the seat both accommodate a polyurethane cushion made of two sections that are joined together by a zipper. This piece pays tribute to Mario Pedrali who founded Pedrali and was the grandfather of the designer.
Robin Rizzini was inspired by architectural and industrial shapes to create the Frank table. The table features curves and lines that “convey an image of contemporary lightness”.
The base was made of slightly curved aluminium die-cast bases, with varying thickness. The rectangular top comes in different finishes and materials.
All photos by Andrea Garuti. Art direction by Studio FM. Styling by Studio Salaris.
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