Pedrali Tweet 892 stool H.25 1/2 inch

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The Tweet 892 stool in polypropylene with backrest, designed by Marc Sadler, features a bi-injection moulded polypropylene shell with a glossy finish on the back and a matte, scratch-resistant front. The frame of the Pedrali stool is made of steel with a young design and soft shapes that allows it to be used in any living area, and adapt to the style of the furniture that surrounds it. The frame of the stool with backrest is composed of a steel rod with a diameter of 0.55 in. The material with which it is made, antistatic and anti-UV, allows it to withstand the elements and the sun's rays. The front surface of the Tweet 892 stool is scratch-resistant, while the back one is shiny. The Tweet 892 Pedrali stool is suitable for any environment from the living room to the study, from the offices to the waiting room. Available with a seat height of 65 cm, this Made in Italy stool is available in sets of 2 and can be stacked up to 5 units.
SKU pedrali-tweet-892-p
Brand Pedrali
Designer Marc Sadler
Montaggio Assembled
Material Metal
Short Description Metal Stool Pedrali Marc Sadler - Indoor use - Stackable - Shell in Polypropylene, antistatic, UV resistant - Bi-Injection Moulding - Scratch resistant front surface; glossy back surface - Frame of Epoxy-polyester powder coating Steel, tube diam.0,55 in. - Clean with a soft damp cloth - Pedrali Tweet 892 stool H.25 1/2 inch
Seat Height Cm 65
Height CM 99
Depth CM 51.5
Width INCH 51.5
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"Pedrali is an Italian company, founded in 1963, which is present on the territory with factories in Mornico al Serio, in the province of Bergamo, and in Manzano, in the province of Udine. The products made by Pedrali are 100% made in Italy, because they are completely produced in Italy. The wide production of articles which are realized following the fundamental rules of functionality, quality and design, enables Pedrali to introduce its products at international level, satisfying the most different needs. The attention towards the needs and the inclinations of the market are the basic principles of the company policy, which has brought Pedrali to a relevant position in the market, either for production or for commercial potential. The continuous evolution in the choice and in the use of materials, in research and experimentation, joined with a contemporary approach to design, transfers on every product made by Pedrali the possibility to be easily placed in every space, either private or public. "

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Marc Sadler, Austrian origin, studied in different towns such as New York, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Venice. In 1968 he got his graduation at ENSAD of Paris. He is university professor in different Italian and foreign faculties (Domus Academy of Milan, European Institute of Design of Milan, Polytechnic of Milan, Strate Collège and ENSCI Les Ateliers of Paris, Pôle de Plasturgie of Oyannaux, Design Lavoro of Bremerhaven, Art School of Nancy, Royal Art College of London and so on..) Marc Sadler attended important competions and got several International awards among which: • In 1995 “The Compasso d'Oro ADI” obtained thanks to the soft fall lamp studied for Flos-Arteluce; • In 2001 “The “Compasso d'Oro ADI” for the glass and carbon fibre TITE lamps and Acaro designed for Foscarini-Murano; • In 2001 “design Plus” of Frankfurt, for “Grammy” kitchen scales designed for Fratelli Guzzini; Some of his projects are shown at the permanent collection of MOMA Design of New York and at Beabourg of Paris. After having lived and exercised his profession in different countries, France, United States, Asia and Italy, he now lives in Milan where he exercises his activity of consultant for many companies (Beretta, Faram, Watco, Matrix, Fratelli Guzzini). Since 2002 he is also Art Director and Design manager of Ideal Standard.

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