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Log is a collection of completely upholstered seatings which marries a sculptural aspect with surprising lightness. The lounge version reinterprets the volumes of the armchair, softening the shapes and giving them generous sizes. Stiff polymer frame covered by fire-retardant injected foam upholstered in fabric or simil leather.
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Length: 80 cm
Width: 77 cm
Pedrali is an Italian company producing contemporary furniture for public spaces, offices and homes. The collection is the result of a careful and accurate research aimed to create industrial design products with original shapes made of plastic, metal, wood as well as upholstered. A wide range of chairs, tables, complements and lamps exclusively manufactured in Italy at company production sites through a design process which combines tradition and innovation, engineering excellence and creative brilliance. The production technologies experimentation, the use of different materials and the cooperation with many designers have allowed Pedrali to achieve important awards such as the Compasso d’Oro ADI for the Frida chair.
Manuela Busetti and Andrea Garuti meet while studying Industrial Design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan.
Already during the academic years they face together the design issues and in 2004, in the year of the XX Compasso d’Oro ADI, their project, developed for the degree thesis, “Double”( an innovative cooler bag made of neoprene) is selected and published in the section “Progetto Giovane”.
In 2007, Matteo Redaelli graduated from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan as Industrial Designer.
Their three lives meet during the common collaboration with a Design studio in Milan.
In 2008 start to work together on new projects combining their qualities and attitudes.
New collaborations begin with companies of different sectors, taps, table, furniture for home, living room, bathroom, bedroom, outdoor.
The common denominator of the three designers are the interest in research, reworking and the decontextualization of technologies and materials for the creation of unseen and innovative objects.