five architectural oases showcase pedrali's outdoor furniture collection 2022

five architectural oases showcase pedrali's outdoor furniture collection 2022

pedrali’s outdoor furniture collection 2022 sets perfect natural scenes

spring has sprung, and with it, the desire to spend more time in nature has grown stronger and stronger. with the changing of seasons, many look to outdoor spaces – whether extensions of the home through private terraces or gardens, dining or socializing at restaurants, cafes or hotels, or taking a short break from work in communal courtyards – as oases of comfort, tranquillity and socializing. pedrali curates a ‘green dream’ for outdoor living with furniture collections in 2022 that empowers and encourages interaction, versatile function and, overall, wellbeing. the products, designed by the likes of CMP design, patrick jouin and eugeni quitllet, give a fresh, elegant touch to surroundings. these designs are characterized by welcoming shapes, formed by recycled materials, and made to be lightweight, durable and easy to clean.

designboom selects five architectural projects from locations across the globe that showcase pedrali’s ‘green dream’ outdoors.

(top image also) collini villas, mykonos in greece, architecture by airtec

all images courtesy of pedrali spa

COLLINI VILLAS, MYKONOS in GREECE

in the grounds of the luxurious collini villas designed by airtec, located in fanari on the greek island of mykonos, the accommodation is a paradise for guests to enjoy sea views. its il segreto restaurant reinterprets mediterranean cuisine, and in a similar sense, so does its furniture. the pedrali tribeca armchairs, created by CMP design, is a modern twist on classic sixties patio chairs. they are made with a steel frame combined with the elasticity of vertically-woven plastic for the seat and backrest – all durable and easy to clean. the design is dressed in a pastel pink tone to match its namesake barstools and the inox tables.

five architectural oases showcase pedrali's outdoor furniture collection 2022

coach house in hillenvale, australia, refurbishment by studio fabrikate

photography by jonathan van der knaap

COACH HOUSE IN HILLENVALE, AUSTRALIA

studio fabrikate refurbished an intimate stone cottage getaway, called coach house, nestled on a rugged hillside near hillenvale in south australia. the original charm of 19th century building’s sandstone structure is retained. there, its terrace is furnished with the soft, sinuous curves of the remind armchairs by eugeni quitllet, which references the shape of wooden chairs from the same era as the home. the design distinguishes an airy, lightweight appearance as the seat and rest are accented with transpiring punches. a special version is available made entirely from recycled materials.

coach house in hillenvale, australia, refurbishment by studio fabrikate

photography by jonathan van der knaap

icaro hotel in castelrotto, italy

photography by luciano paselli

ICARO HOTEL IN CASTELROTTO, ITALY

the rail, designed by pedrali’s in-house design team, allows guests of icaro hotel in castelrotto, north italy to regenerate and refresh while gazing out over the alpe di siusi. the sun lounger is characterized by simple, modern lines. its powder coated aluminum frame has four angled legs, made in stainless steel in an oblique design. the backrest’s adjustable position, along with its water-repellent and UV-resistant fabric upholstery and cushion, ensures great comfort for all users.

icaro hotel in castelrotto, italy

photography by luciano paselli

north santorini spa hotel, greece

NORTH SANTORINI SPA HOTEL, GREECE

the suites of north santorini, a luxury spa hotel on the eponymous greek volcanic island, enhance the location’s renowned views with individual terraces fitted with pools and hot tubs. these are also accompanied by the nolita chairs created by CMP design. the collection embodies the concepts of transparency and lightness owing to its slim structural design. made completely of steel, it recalls the origins of the famed italian furniture brand through mario pedrali’s first metal garden chairs in 1963.