Vic Armchair by Pedrali
Designed by Patrick Norguet for Pedrali, Vic is a comfortable and simply elegant collection of upholstered armchairs.
The back lifts up from the seat while remaining tied only at the ends. The resulting opening provides the armchair with lightness and eases its handling. The legs in solid ash wood are perfectly jointed thanks to a carter under the seat.
The seat and the backrest can be upholstered with leather or fabric even in contrast.
Seat Height: 460mm
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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.
About the designer
The apparent modesty of Patrick Norguet veils a spirit animated by the concerns of perfection, detail and an object well-made. For the last 12 years, the designer has engraved his name on the international design scene with strokes of precision, determination and discretion.
A descendent of Roger Tallon, Castiglioni, and more recent, Alberto Meda, Patrick Norguet considers himself an industrial designer.
He is radical in his search for purity, poetic in his sensibility of products and meticulous in his sense of detail.
His aesthetic genes are more Nordic than Austrian and his temperament is quite French.
It is first and foremost to Italy that he owes his success. Primarily to Giulio Cappellini, who brought him to the limelight in 1999 by manufacturing his instant classic, Rainbow Chair, which is in the MoMA’s permanent collection, and Kristalia, Tolix, Glas Italia, Poltrona Frau, Flaminia, Lapalma, Lea Ceramiche as well as Alias and Cassina, who see in the designer a real talent to imagine quality products that are also commercial and durable.