Chairs with soft twines, coffee tables, outdoor furniture, wireless lamps and comfortable sofas… Pedrali has the designer collections ready to furnish outdoor areas and city terraces.
September 25th, 2018
The warmer months are right around the corner, and the team at Pedrali has all the outdoor furniture to change any outdoor area or city terrace into a design dream.
The modern lifestyles of so many of us make the boundaries between interior and exterior spaces more blurred than ever. Ongoing development of innovative materials suited to outdoor furniture design, combined with a refined and sophisticated design knowledge, sees outdoor spaces able to be furnished and designed as much as the indoors. The outdoor products of Pedrali are made of materials and technologies that guarantee resistance to weather and wear, without sacrificing attention to detail, making them perfect for hotels, restaurants, bar and private homes.
Tribeca: Designed by Mandelli Pagliarulo, this range radiates pure energy and colour, drawing inspiration from the memories of childhood summers in Italy. Revisiting the classic terrace chairs of the sixties made of intertwined steel, the collection is updated for the modern day. The manual work and the attention to detail give softness and extreme comfort to the seat, whilst reinterpreting tradition with a commitment to cutting-edge quality. The alternation of the strings gives rhythm and visual opening, by making the seating light, dynamic and airy. Tribeca casts the shadows of the taut strings on the cobblestone of the squares and adapts to peaceful and relaxing spaces in plain air.
Remind: The new Pedrali collaboration with designer Eugeni Quitllet saw the creation of the Remind polypropylene armchair. Designed with each element offering comfort and an embracing style, this is a piece of outdoor furniture suited to modern designer living. Characterized by an organic silhouette that recalls the memory of the soft curves of the wooden chairs of the second half of the 19th century, Remind fits perfectly any context both in indoor and outdoor spaces such as gardens, terraces or the backyard of a bistro, thanks to its functionality, versatility and universal shape.
Elliot: Soft lines and flowing shapes are the hallmarks of the new Elliot table designed by Patrick Jouin. The refined and architectural design spread a sense of both harmony and solidity, capable of making it light and functional.
Reva: Designed by Patrick Jouin, the Reva collection is particularly suitable for making a stay in a hotel special and unforgettable for those guests who are looking for comfort and peacefulness. An elegant three-seat sofa, a lounge chair and a sun bed… this is the essence of the French designed collection, evoking relaxing and dreamy summertime sensations.
Sunset: The Sunset collection, designed by Alessandro Busana, is composed of an armchair and a two-seater sofa. Designed to evoke the romantic, relaxing mood of watching the sun as it sets between the waves on the horizon.
Giravolta: The Giravolta wireless lamp is the perfect accompaniment to summer evenings once the sun has gone down but he warmth remains. Designed by Basaglia Rota Nodari, the lamp is characterized by a contemporary aesthetic and easy to carry design. Thanks to a swivelling diffuser that allows the easy control of the light across 360 degrees, the lamp is able to create a magical atmosphere through its soft light.
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