Pedrali confirms its presence at Maison & Objet, the Paris fair dedicated to interior design, that takes place from 24th to 28th January. The exhibition spotlights on Ester seats collection, realized in collaboration with the French designer Patrick Jouin, that has recently won the Good Design Award 2013. The stand designed by Migliore+Servetto Architects will be set up in the hall Now! Design à vivre, dedicated to contemporary design and international reference point for innovation and new trends. Among the news Pedrali will display also Volt, Babila, Tweet and Malmö collections. Ester, design by Patrick Jouin – Good Design™ Award 2013 Mainly thought for the luxury contract sector, Ester seats collection is a mix of elegance, ergonomics and functionality. The seat is made of polyurethane foam with elastic belts on a steel structure.
The attention to details is everywhere: the result is a precious monolith made of leather complemented by refined die-casted aluminum legs. Ester is available both in chair and in armchair versions. Ester armchair won the Good Design™ Award 2013 in the Furniture category in December 2013, the prestigious reward yearly promoted by the Museum of Architecture and Design Chicago Athenaeum in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
Volt, design by Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci The thin and linear design, the graceful proportions and fresh colors make Volt a seating that stands out for its care for details. Volt is made of injection gas air moulding polypropylene reinforced by glass fibers. Volt is available in chair and armchair versions and the inner shell can be also upholstered.
Babila, design by Odo Fioravanti Babila is an ash chair that moves along tradition and innovation with great agility. The legs and the back eyelets are a reminiscence of the craft wooden chairs, while the plywood shell is obtained by an innovative variable thickness working process. The result is an airy and comfortable seating with a careful use of wood. Babila is available with four steel tube legs Ø 16mm and with steel-rod sled frame Ø 10 mm. Upholstered panel fixed to the seat available; non removable.
Tweet, design by Marc Sadler Tweet chair was conceived from the desire of creating a rational piece of furniture suitable to be placed even in the most characteristic spaces, respecting their style. Bi-injected moulding polypropylene shell, available in two finishes: glossy in the back part and matt photoengraved in the front part. Tweet is available in chair and armchair versions. The seat is scratch-resistant and evokes at the same time a soft upholstering. The frame is made of steel Ø 14mm, powder coated or chromed. Tweet chair is available in the version with sled frame in steel rod Ø 11mm, chromed or powder coated. Malmö, design by Cazzaniga – Mandelli – Pagliarulo Malmö is an ash furniture collection born from an imaginary journey along the sides of a Scandinavian lake. The collection has been enriched by a lounge armchair, coffee tables and barstools, all with solid ash frame and tapered legs. The result is a unique Scandinavian taste of exceptional lightness.