Guinea Chair by Pedrali

Designed by CMP Design

Guinea is an aluminium outdoor armchair with an iconic allure that evokes the concept of lightness and transparency.

The large, embracing aluminium frame combines with a seat in waterproof textile mesh on which rests a soft, removable cushion. The backrest in aluminium slats may be upholstered in fabric and designed to further enhance comfort.

The hallmark is its teak armrests, which fit into the aluminium frame by introducing a vivid, tactile detail. Guinea armrests, seat and backrest are assembled mechanically, making them easy to disassemble for recycling purposes


Aluminium frame for outdoor

Outdoor waterproof textile mesh and outdoor fabrics

Seat and back cushions available in a range of Pedrali house fabrics


615mmW x 540mmD x 785mmH, Seat Height 480mm



Lead time:12+ weeks
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Established in 1963, Pedrali satisfies the most varied needs through products conceived in the name of functionality and design.

Thanks to the specialisation of their production departments – 100% full Made in Italy – Pedrali manufactures in custom built facilities in Mornico al Serio (Bergamo) and Manzano (Udine).

The continuous attention to the needs and tendencies of the market have led to a constant and balanced development throughout time. The contemporary design of Pedrali tables and chairs together with the competitive price, satisfies different needs.

These characteristics give Pedrali access to different market sectors, for example contract and residential.
Pedrali stands out for its continuous development of material usage; research and experimentation are the basic principles.

The continuous use of technology and the constant collaboration with interior designers and with end users allow for new product ideas to be conceived every day.

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About the designer

CMP Design

“CMP” is an acronym of Cazzaniga Mandelli Pagliarulo, the three founders and friends who gave birth to the studio in 2009. All three come from a university experience at the Milan Polytechnic extremely fertile in ideas, due to the happy circumstance of a human environment full of positive and creative relationships.

The distinctive feature of all CMP’s works could be identified in the materialisation of visual connections between objects of the past, objects of popular culture and natural elements. The latter are the basic ingredients of each project, which are then combined by intuition, and simplified through the three-way dialogue, to produce simple and timeless concepts.

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