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Posts tagged as 'Pedrali'

Thu 17.1.

SOUL MAN: EUGENI QUITLLET IS FEELING IT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.01.2019 - Tagged as:

SOUL MAN: EUGENI QUITLLET IS FEELING IT
Reminiscent in its form of traditional bentwood furniture, Quitllet’s new Remind chair is in actuality a single-injection polypropylene monobloc, light and with a breathable texture

Emotion is the special material that runs throughout the Catalan designer’s work and his new Remind and Soul chairs for PEDRALI are nothing if not in touch with their feelings.

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Tue 13.11.

OFFICE AFFAIRS: PEDRALI

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.11.2018 - Tagged as:

OFFICE AFFAIRS: PEDRALI

 

Italian brand PEDRALI, known for its expertise in industrial production, turns the prosaic into the poetic with its first-ever, aesthetically charged collection office and workspace furniture.

 

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Fri 19.10.

Give me ten: Pedrali, Odo Fioravanti and Jorge Pensi

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.10.2018 - Tagged as: , ,

Give me ten: Pedrali, Odo Fioravanti and Jorge Pensi

In 2018, Pedrali is celebrating ten years since the launch of some of its most successful products, including the versatile Frida chair by Odo Fioravanti

 

Ten years of fruitful cooperation between the Italian furniture manufacturer PEDRALI and the designers Odo Fiorovanti and Jorge Pensi have seen the brand launch a raft of modern design classics.

 

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Wed 23.5.

The Enlightenment 2.0: #pedraligoodideas At Salone Del Mobile 2018

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.05.2018 - Tagged as:

The Enlightenment 2.0: #pedraligoodideas At Salone Del Mobile 2018

 

Proudly industrial and always premium, Italian furniture and lighting brand PEDRALI put on a show to remember at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.

 

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Tue 20.3.

50 Shades of Green: Pedrali

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.03.2018 - Tagged as:

50 Shades of Green: Pedrali

Pedrali’s new water-based, plant-derived paints mark another milestone in the Italian furniture manufacturer’s delivery of its clear and robust sustainability strategy. (text by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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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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