pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve 2022 outdoors collections


pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
Reva Cocoon’s backrest keeps the piece of furniture airy and bright using a thicker weave in the lower part and a looser one in the upper section | Styling Studio Salaris; photo by Ottavio Tomasini

 

 

Overlooking the terrace of Pedrali’s iconic red house is Souvenir by Eugeni Quitllet. Available in chair or armchair version, the monoblock design is made of polypropylene adjusted specifically for outdoor use. The soft shapes and three-dimensional slats make Souvenir particularly comfortable as its legs widen towards the bottom and merge with the characteristic small foot. In line with the brand’s quest for environmental sustainability, the product also comes in a ‘recycled grey’ version: 50% from plastic material post-consumer waste and 50% from plastic material industrial waste.

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
Souvenir is the new seating collection by Eugeni Quitllet | art direction Studio FM; photo by Andrea Garuti; styling Studio Salaris

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
Souvenir is a monoblock structure made of polypropylene designed specifically for outdoor use | Styling Studio Salaris; photo by Ottavio Tomasini

 

 

To enjoy moments of conviviality and relax in the open air, CMP Design presents Nolita sofa. A piece of furniture that confirms its summery character featuring simple and iconic shapes. Its steel tube structure provides a visual rhythm to ensure the greatest strength and durability. By recalling the origins of a historic course started by Mario Pedrali in 1963 with his first metal garden chairs, the Nolita sofa keeps the collection’s distinctive features of transparency and lightness. Linear or angular with a right or left armrest, the brand’s versatility is consistently apparent. 

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
CMP Design presents the Nolita sofa | art direction Studio FM; photo by Andrea Garuti; styling Studio Salaris

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
by recalling the origins of a historic course started by Mario Pedrali in 1963 with his first metal garden chairs, the Nolita sofa keeps the collection’s distinctive features of transparency and lightness | Styling Studio Salaris; photo by Ottavio Tomasini

 

 

Always by CMP Design, the Panarea barstool broadens the successful collection of the same name featuring a wide and curved backrest woven in polypropylene cord. This use of cord emphasizes the stool’s elegant appearance and optimizes the weave, resulting in a double curvature that gives three-dimensionality and graphic rigor. Over the seat leans a comfortable cushion covered in fabric made from the same yarn used for the woven element.

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
the new Panarea barstool features a wide and curved backrest woven in polypropylene cord | Styling Studio Salaris; photo by Ottavio Tomasini

 

 

Characterized by neutral tones and a midnight blue-colored wall, a new space dedicated to hospitality appears along the route. The Héra Lounge armchair, by Patrick Jouin, echoes the silhouette of the armchair designed in 2019, embodying the concept of lightness fusing it with that of comfort and elegance. Made of ash wood, its backrest in curved solid wood is defined by an enveloping and sculptural band ends in rectangular legs. 

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
Héra Lounge armchair, by Patrick Jouin | Styling Studio Salaris; photo by Ottavio Tomasini

pedrali gazes the horizons with its twelve new collections
made of ash wood, its backrest in curved solid wood is defined by an enveloping and sculptural band ends in rectangular legs with radial angles | Styling Studio Salaris; photo by Ottavio Tomasini

 

 

The lounge area is defined by the strong and modern personality of Jeff, the 2022 modular sofa system designed by Patrick Norguet. Designed as a set of miniature architectures, Jeff is combined to create multiple scenarios whether linear, corner elements, with or without armrests, allowing configurations from the most classic corner solutions to the most modern island set-ups. Each module is made from a non-deformable polyurethane foam, resting on a plywood platform covered in fabric, offering the organically-shaped seat a subtle contrast with the more strict shapes of the backrest and armrests.

 



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