Recently we were visited by Pedrali, who showcased their 2015 products to us. Here are just a few:
Nolita, vintage chic, a reinterpretation of Mario Pedrali’s 1963 outdoor chair. The Nolita steel wire chair collection includes chair, low and high back armchair and two heights of stool. The collection is available in white, yellow, orange, red, terracotta, light blue, anthracite grey and sage green.
Nemea is a collection of rather elegant wooden chairs with a die-cast aluminium sub-frame. The sinuous and organic wooden shapes are intended to be evocative of an aged artefact smoothed by time. Nemea comes in bleached ashwood which can be stained to ruby red, cognac or black. Available with or without arms.
Pedralli’s stylish take on modular seating is Social. The linear design is made of three seat modules; bench, straight back and corner/end back. However, Social’s aesthetic is made lighter and seamless by the positioning of the die-cast aluminium legs only at the ends of the steel frame. The frame can be powder coated or chrome finished.
Tweet by Marc Sadler is a range of simple polypropylene chairs with a wide selection of frames and finishes, suitable for a variety of commercial, public or domestic environments. Previously available with one or two-colour shell, the Tweet range has now been augmented with the addition of a fully upholstered version. Base options are sled and four leg chairs and stools and a four star base. Bases can be chromed, black chromed or powder coated. Padded armrests are also available.
For public spaces is the Plural system. Whilst the aesthetic is lightweight and minimalist, the die-cast aluminium frame and glass reinforced polypropylene shell is strong. With Plural, multiple configurations are possible with three, four, six or nine seat modules with or without armrests. The shells come in white beige or black and can be optionally upholstered. The frame can be powder coated or chrome finished.