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Posts tagged as 'Pedrali'

Thu 5.10.

The Futurists: Pedrali

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.10.2017 - Tagged as:

The Futurists: Pedrali

The opening of a dedicated wood-production facility in Manzano, Udine, ten years ago has helped Pedrali position as a leader in industrially produced furniture across a range of materials

 

A long-term investment in the latest production technologies, married with razor-sharp, optimised processes, has helped position Pedrali as a major international player in industrially produced, premium furniture. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell )

 

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Centre Stage: Pedrali At The Salone Del Mobile 2017

Designed by Patrick Norguet, the Vic barstool’s form dovetails neatly with its function, the almost floating back- and armrest creating an opening that helps deliver physical lightness and ease of handling

 

Known for its innovative industrial-production processes, premium Italian furniture manufacturer PEDRALI delivered a command performance at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.(text by Simon Keane-Cowell )

 

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Sun 1.5.

Have a Seat

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Patrick Norguet’s Vic chairs, which come in upholstered leather or fabric. This comfortable design — a modern reworking of classical, mid-century forms — is Norguet’s first collaboration with Pedrali

Patrick Norguet’s Vic chairs, which come in upholstered leather or fabric. This comfortable design — a modern reworking of classical, mid-century forms — is Norguet’s first collaboration with Pedrali

A combination of skilfully combined materials such as plastic, wood and metal make PEDRALI’s contract furniture collection functional and versatile like no other. (by Dominic Lutyens)

 

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Tue 5.4.

Touch Wood

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Pedrali’s Manzano wood division has enabled the company to create elegant seating solutions such as Nemea 2820 (above), that combine the simplicity of solid wood with industrially produced materials of plywood and aluminium

Pedrali’s Manzano wood division has enabled the company to create elegant seating solutions such as Nemea 2820 (above), that combine the simplicity of solid wood with industrially produced materials of plywood and aluminium

Premium Italian design brand PEDRALI is celebrating ten years of its pioneering wood division, which sees the combination of traditional carpentry skills with innovative production techniques, as perfect as a dovetail joint. Maximum stability with minimum material usage. (by Bethan Ryder)

 

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Tue 15.12.

Mountain High, River Deep

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

The Mont Blanc cableway travels to a height of 3,466m and was inaugurated this summer. The Bistrot des Glaciers features Pedrali’s graceful Volt seating in anthracite gray to complement the dramatic snow-capped mountains; photo: Daniele Domenicali

The Mont Blanc cableway travels to a height of 3,466m and was inaugurated this summer. The Bistrot des Glaciers features Pedrali’s graceful Volt seating in anthracite gray to complement the dramatic snow-capped mountains; photo: Daniele Domenicali

With their first-rate designs authored by the likes of Marc Sadler and Patrick Jouin, not to mention their ‘Made in Italy’ stamp, it’s no wonder PEDRALI’s products have been specified for an international array of diverse and enviable contract projects. (by Giovanna Dunmall)

 

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Mon 25.5.

Made in Pedrali: manufacturing tradition meets material innovation

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.05.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Pedrali's 2015 product launches demonstrate its competence in working with a wide range of materials. The 'Ara Lounge' chair is designed to optimise the inherent properties of polypropylene

Pedrali’s 2015 product launches demonstrate its competence in working with a wide range of materials. The ‘Ara Lounge’ chair is designed to optimise the inherent properties of polypropylene

Aluminium, concrete, wood and plastic were among a multiplicity of materials seen on the stand of premium Italian furniture brand Pedrali at this year’s Salone del Mobile. The company’s CEO, Giuseppe Pedrali, tells Architonic how decades of manufacturing experience have informed the methods used to produce its new collection. (by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Pedrali's furniture combines clean lines with options for customisation that enables designers to create characterful offices typical of a 21st century trend for more informal workplaces

Pedrali’s furniture combines clean lines with options for customisation that enables designers to create characterful offices typical of a 21st century trend for more informal workplaces

At this year’s Orgatec, Italian firm Pedrali added to its collection of furniture designed in response to the evolving requirements of the contemporary contract markets, with a particular focus on the shift towards workplaces that aim to emulate the comfort and informality of the home. (by Alyn Griffiths)

 

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Sun 22.6.

In Great Shape: Pedrali delivers the essence of Italian design

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.06.2014 - Tagged as: ,

The archly graphic design language of Pedrali's collection, with its confident, yet friendly, forms – ideal for contract settings. Art Direction: Leftloft; photo: Beppe Brancato

The archly graphic design language of Pedrali’s collection, with its confident, yet friendly, forms – ideal for contract settings. Art Direction: Leftloft; photo: Beppe Brancato

With half a century of creativity and business under its belt, Italian design manufacturer Pedrali is showing little sign of easing up on the gas pedal. It’s full speed ahead for the premium furniture and lighting brand whose elegant marriage of tradition and innovation is adding value to contract spaces worldwide. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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