In this new collection, Pedrali’s fierce creativity pays homage to the geographical ethos of coastal Italy – bringing a slice of Mediterranean culture to contract and residential furniture.
November 3rd, 2022
This edition of The Indesign Edit explores a bold new collection by Pedrali, taking a look at the Italian sweet life in all its forms.
There is an undeniable pleasure in slowing down and letting go. Pedrali envisions us in the balanced lives we wish to live: each of their luxurious sofas, barstools, chairs and armchairs call us just that little bit closer to the romantic Italian notions of relaxation, tradition and beauty.
The Mediterranean pilgrimage is one many Australians have undertaken, particularly in recent times with the reopening of Italy’s borders. For many, it is hard to leave such vibrant memories in the past – the thought of limitless beach days followed by endless summer nights pursues one even across oceans. Pedrali offers respite from the rawness of wanderlust, giving Australians the opportunity to build their own personal Italian oasis.
Product led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers unique insight into outstanding companies and designers across the Australian design industry and beyond. Pedrali unveils a stunning new collection which embodies the sleek, luxurious and effortless Italian ethos in the latest edition of The Edit.
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