Pedrali will be present at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2017 the most important event of design furniture and lighting for the Scandinavian market taking place from 7 to 11 February. There, the Italian company will display its innovative sound absorbing panel, Snooze, designed by Architect Marcello Ziliani.
For the eighth consecutive year Pedrali attends the Swedish fair which is the new trends setter in Northern Europe. The exhibit space (Hall A, Stand A11:18) through a series of settings ranging from more lively and emotionally involving to darker and refined shades enhances furniture solutions conceived to fulfill the functionality and flexibility criteria of lounge, restaurant and home-office spaces.
Arranged on coloured carpets that ideally mark the different areas, the products of the collection thus become emblems and integral parts of the increasingly thinner boundary between private and public spaces which are nowadays tightly connected: flexibility, search of new balances between work and leisure time, renewed desire of community and exchange are the keywords of the current trends.
To meet these requirements Pedrali has created different collections, as Snooze, the first sound absorbing panel of the company, ideal to improve the acoustic quality of any office area.
Snooze is a sound absorbing panel for walls and ceilings, studied to increase the acoustic quality of every office space, making them cosier; at the same time, it decorates and makes rooms livelier thanks to the wide fabric range.
Its shape reminds sound diffusers and it is composed by a core of hot-moulded polyester fibre in different densities and thicknesses; in the middle there is a metal element that, besides being a graphic sign, allows a quick assembly and an easy installation. The removable cover, with some zips on the back, guarantees simple maintenance, great flexibility and customisation in colours and fabrics choice, making it easily combined with other furniture components.
Multiple Snooze panels, placed side by side in different combinations, allow better sound absorbing performances.
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