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November 11, 2015
Production Proficiencies and Material Diversity Inform Pedrali’s Latest Seating
Intrigo chair by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli by Pedrali.
Social sofa by Patrick Jouin by Pedrali.
Production proficiencies and material diversity shape the latest seating families at Pedrali . Interior Design Hall of Fame member Patrick Jouin proffers flexibility in Social, a modular sofa system with a steel frame, legs in die-cast aluminum, and injected foam upholstery supported by elastic belts. Michele Cazzaniga , Simone Mandelli , and Antonio Pagliarulo collaborated on classically inspired Nemea, its ash legs and plywood seat grafted to the frame, also in die-cast aluminum. Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli’ s Intrigo chair is social distinguished by ribbon-like arms and back, the slenderness made possible by updated aluminum die-casting techniques. Finally, Manuela Busetti , Andrea Garuti , and Matteo Redaelli lend sculptural properties to the Log chair and ottoman, each boasting a lightness not typically found in fully upholstered seating.
Nemea chair by Michele Cazzaniga, Simone Mandelli, and Antonio Pagliarulo by Pedrali.
Log chair and ottoman by Manuela Busetti, Andrea Garuti, and Matteo Redaelli by Pedrali.