Pedrali: ergonomics at home

Spacious rooms or small settings. The workspace solutions by Pedrali demonstrate their extreme versatility, with a constant commitment to ensure psycho-physical wellbeing for users

Hotel Les Haras, Strasbourg, France - Photo © Nicolas Mathéus
Hotel Les Haras, Strasbourg, France - Photo © Nicolas Mathéus

Smart working has become a widespread practice, and domestic settings have gotten accustomed to this sort of ‘invasion.’ While in the home environment it has been necessary to find a space that can function as a workstation, or even contain one, not all home furnishings are suited to changing roles. What is often missing is the principle of ergonomic design that creates an interface between human beings and their environment, offering optimal solutions for psycho-physical wellbeing. Along with a balance between functional efficacy and aesthetic quality, which precisely because we are in a domestic dimension has to establish a seamless dialogue with interior design. These are the premises from which Pedrali has organized its new collections for working space: armchairs that guarantee maximum comfort, flexible tables that respond to the needs of users, complements that offer good looks and maximum efficiency. Solutions that vary for spaces of all sizes, to create versatile settings of inimitable style.

Private Home, Claremont, Australia - Photo © Jody D'Arcy

Private Home, Claremont, Australia
Photo © Jody D’Arcy

Hôtel des Berges, Illhaeusern, France - Photo © Nicolas Mathéus

Hôtel des Berges, Illhaeusern, France
Photo © Nicolas Mathéus

Private Office, Moscow - Photo © Sergey Krasyuk

Private Office, Moscow
Photo © Sergey Krasyuk

Ypsilon Tilting by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi

Ypsilon Tilting by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi

Big solutions for small spaces

One complete and totally versatile response has been designed by the Spanish studio of Jorge Pensi: the designer has created a range of products, which even in small zones are capable of perfectly formulating a work island, equipped with all the required functions and accessories. One good example is the ‘tilting’ version of the Ypsilon table: presented with wheels and a tilting top, the table can be moved and stored away when not in use. It is accompanied by the Temps low back chair, featuring a height-adjustable base in die-cast aluminium; this model is innovative due to its self-weighing synchro mechanism, which automatically adjusts the intensity of support based on the physical weight of the user.

Temps low back by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi
Temps low back by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi

Temps low back by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi

Like a theatrical wing, the sound-absorbing and self-supporting divider wall Ypsilon Connect can be inserted in any space, functioning as an architectural element to divide rooms, but also offering countless accessories, including a magnetic slate, shelves or coat hooks, as well as an attachment for a monitor.

Ypsilon Connect by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi

Ypsilon Connect by Pedrali,
Design Jorge Pensi

Ypsilon Connect by Pedrali, Design Jorge Pensi - Photo © Andrea Garuti

Ypsilon Connect by Pedrali,
Design Jorge Pensi
Photo © Andrea Garuti

Meeting at home

The Toa table designed by Robin Rizzini is ideal for larger contexts. Light and essential, but spacious and adaptable to different contexts (light office, managerial office, or even a dining zone), the Toa desk features a bridge support with tapered legs in die-cast aluminium, slimming towards the base and widening towards the top to support the worksurface with a T-shaped component. It is perfect for use with the Toa Folding Screen: a sound-absorbing divider panel capable of separating multiple workstations, offering privacy and acoustic comfort. A light, versatile spirit, like the company itself.

Toa Desk by Pedrali, Design Robin Rizzini

Toa Desk by Pedrali, Design Robin Rizzini

Toa Folding Screen by Pedrali, Design Robin Rizzini

Toa Folding Screen by Pedrali, Design Robin Rizzini