Pedrali celebrates 60 years with a dedicated architecture by AMDL CIRCLE + Michele De Lucchi.

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Italian furniture company Pedrali is celebrating its 60th anniversary with the inauguration of the Pedrali Pavilion. Designed by AMDL CIRCLE and Michele de Lucchi, the wooden structure represents Pedrali’s commitment to tradition, quality, and forward-thinking craftsmanship. The pavilion is located at the company’s headquarters in Mornico al Serio, Bergamo. The “Pedrali60, we design a better future” exhibition, curated by Luca Molinari Studio, is also featured in the pavilion. This exhibition showcases the company’s history and highlights its products in various spaces worldwide.

Since its founding in 1963 by Mario Pedrali, the company has focused on craftsmanship and producing high-quality furniture. The Pavillion and the exhibition reflect Pedrali’s dedication to traditional craftsmanship, sustainability, and adaptability.

The pavilion’s structure features a large vaulted roof supported by wooden legs, creating an inviting atmosphere with open sides that allow natural light to enter. The entrance staircase serves as both an access point to the exhibition and a platform for presentations and discussions.

Inside the pavilion, the “Pedrali60, we design a better future” exhibition showcases the company’s evolution through iconic designs, prototypes, graphic art, and catalogues. The exhibition tells the story of the company’s history, which began in 1963 when Mario Pedrali opened a workshop specializing in the production of wrought iron garden furniture. Over the years, Pedrali has collaborated with Italian and international designers, resulting in collections that have received prestigious awards and recognition.

The pavilion also reflects Pedrali’s commitment to sustainability, as the entire structure is made of PEFC-certified wood. The company continuously works to reduce its environmental impact through investments in renewable energy, energy-efficient processes, and LED lighting.

The exhibition also showcases Pedrali’s technological advancements, from CNC machines and robotic welding systems to cutting-edge automation techniques. Sustainability has always been a priority for the company, and in 2020, Pedrali introduced “recycled grey” products made from recycled materials.

The Pedrali Pavilion and the “Pedrali60, we design a better future” exhibition are symbols of the company’s dedication to craftsmanship, sustainability, and continuous renewal. These milestones mark Pedrali’s 60-year history and its vision for the future of furniture design.

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