Reva is a collection of outdoor seats characterized by soft lines and generous dimensions. Everything in this design is designed for comfort: the density of the foams, ideal in every way, just like the depth of the seat, which allows from being supported while being relaxed, through the angles of the armrests.The collection is an investment but you will get what you pay for.
The legs are made of cast aluminum and the frame of extruded aluminum. The draining cushions are covered in fabric resistant to water and UV rays. No need to tell you that Pedrali does things well and that the armchair is made with the attention worthy of the most high-end furniture.
Reva is the beautiful season... comfortably!
In 1963, Mario Pedrali founded an artisan workshop in Palazzolo Sull'oglio (a small town located in the Brescia region of Italy). It was there that he began to produce his first collections of wrought iron outdoor seats.
From the 1960s, he collaborated with Italian and international architects and designers and specialized in the industrial sector, aiming for the commercial furniture market.
Today, the company is under the direction of his two children, Monica and Giuseppe, and has more than 300 collaborators. Several design awards have been won including, in 2011, the famous Compasso d'Oro Adi award for the Frida model.
We recommend cleaning fabrics regularly to preserve the appearance of textile coatings and prolong their lifespan. As dust and dirt wear fabric out, this should be vacuum cleaned regularly (using low suction power setting).
Stains should be dealt with quickly and liquids absorbed using a white napkin or absorbent cloth. Non-greasy stains can be cleaned by dabbing gently with a damp sponge or with a white lint-free clothes. Wipe in circular motion, moving towards the center of the stains. It is advisable to dry with a hair dryer to prevent water spots.
Steel & Aluminum
Clean using a microfibre cloth soaked with mild soap, degreaser, alcohol or ammonia. In the case of painted products, avoid granular detergents and solvents in general. Rinse with water. Always dry after cleaning.
Clean with a microfibre cloth soaked with mild soap diluted in water and rinse with water. It is possible de use steam, denatured alcohol or ammonia. Avoid using paper towels, abrasive sponges and granular detergents which could scratch the surface.