Summer is just around the corner and outdoor furniture from Pedrali will make the warmer months feel like they’ve come even sooner.
September 4th, 2019
After a long winter, the warmer months are finally upon us, and this means time to spend basking in the outdoors, relaxing in the sun, and social drinks in the shade. The outdoor novelties by Pedrali channel this sense of fun and relaxation into a designer outdoor furniture collection that reflects exactly what is so appealing about the summer months.
Made in Italy with the philosophy of design that should enrich by creating versatile, dynamic and contemporary spaces, these chairs, armchairs and sofas stand apart from the pack with their high level of innovation, aesthetic care, and the use of weather-resistant materials.
A combination of differing materials and cutting-edge technologies led to the creation of the Soul Outdoor armchair. Designed by Eugeni Quitllet, this new aluminium spin on an existing design favourite combines the idea of beauty with that of functionality. The contrast between the curved aluminium frame and the teak base results in an armchair that is ideal to sit centre stage in the open air.
Colour takes over gardens and terraces with the Tribeca collection by CMP Design. The Tribeca family of chairs draws inspiration from classic sixties patio chairs – revisited in the new materials of a steel frame and vertically woven extruded PVC cords. The collection gains a lounge armchair and two-seater sofa designs, which are as fresh and dynamic as the other Tribeca pieces.
The Elliot table by Patrick Jouin has a strong identity that combines soft lines with sinuous natural forms. With a sophisticated architectural design exuding a harmonious energy, the elegant and minimal table has a strong identity that adapts to a variety of settings.
Outdoor furniture should always be comfortable as well as aesthetically on point. The Remind armchair, designed by Eugeni Quitllet, exemplifies this. Its organic forms evoke the soft lines of the wooden chairs of the late 19th century adapting to every furnishing style, indoor and outdoor. Gardens, patios or courtyards in particular make ideal homes for this ergonomic, resistant and stackable charmer.
To light up summer nights, Pedrali offers up the Giravolta wireless rechargeable lamp. The contemporary design of Basaglia Rota Nodari sees a lamp that is easy to move as required with the ultimate in functionality, including a diffuser that can be turned 360° to direct the light.
The versatile Reva collection, designed by Patrick Jouin, comprises an elegant three-seat sofa, a lounge armchair and a sun lounger, each marked by smooth lines and generous sizes that evoke the relaxing, dreamy atmospheres of the summer season.
The charm of Pedrali’s outdoor furniture collection has not gone unnoticed. The Greek Altera Pars suites offer an ethereal setting for endless moments of pleasure and relaxation. Located in the heart of the Santorini island, the Altera Pars Suites offers fourteen brand-new, luxurious suites, set apart from the conventional Cycladic architecture through futuristic décor with bold accents of colour.
This bold design of course needed the right furnishings. When enjoying the beautiful surrounds, the outdoor furniture you’re sipping a cocktail upon is equally inspired. Placed in the outdoor patio, chairs, chaise longue, sofa, sun lounger, armchairs and tables of the Nolita and Reva collections match the beauty of the idyllic Greek surrounds.
Built on the volcanic rock in the scenic village of Oia on the Greek island of Santorini, Virginia’s Cave Villas offers stunning views over the caldera and the volcano. The hotel is characterized by the cave-style traditional features and the Pedrali furnishings perfectly match with the surrounding panorama: while sitting on Dome armchairs is it possible to enjoy a breathtaking view while relaxing in the sun.
Rounding out the collection is the Dome seating range, designed by Odo Fioravanti. The collection evokes the glorious tradition of bistro chairs with sinuous and elegant shapes across a family of chairs, armchairs and stools.
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