Italian Landscape Festival – I Maestri del Paesaggio 2022

Pedrali – the Italian outdoor furniture company is a partner of the landscape design event dedicated to the harmonious integration between nature and the city. Find out more about this year’s edition of “Landscape Festival – I Maestri del Paesaggio”.


For the eighth year, Pedrali took part in “Landscape Festival – I Maestri del Paesaggio”, the festival organized by Arketipos along with the town council of Bergamo and Regione Lombardia. This landscape design event, now in its twelfth edition, attracts the best designers and the most interesting expressions of international landscaping. From 8 to 25 September, the city was at the heart of the landscaping culture with Old Square, the jewel of Bergamo Alta, turning into a stage of nature and beauty.

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This year’s edition of the Italian festival was dedicated to “Forgotten Landscape”, a theme aimed at raising awareness of how the landscape influences us and drives us. The design theme highlighted how fundamental it is to start from the territory we are in to emphasize and support the local roots, the “Genius Loci”.

Cassian Schmidt, the internationally renowned landscape and plant designer created the Green Square in partnership with the students from Weihenstephan – Triesdorf University.

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Designer Outdoor Furniture Featured at the Landscape Festival 

The set-up of Old Square, the heart of the event, featured Pedrali outdoor products: Nolita chairs, armchairs and sofas, and Elliot tables.

Designed by CMP Design, Nolita evokes the origins of the company founded in the Sixties by Mario Pedrali who, inside its craft workshop, began to produce his first outdoor collections of wrought iron seats. Entirely made of steel, this collection features simple and iconic shapes while being extremely versatile and embodying the concepts of transparency and lightness.

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Elliot tables, designed by Patrick Jouin, have an elegant silhouette and sinuous natural forms. The three-lobed column in extruded aluminum narrows down and splits open to form three feet in aluminum, which elegantly sit on the floor.

Green Design

Green Design was staged in the most impressive sites of Città Alta including the Antico Lavatoio. In this setting of exceptional beauty, the Italian company realized an exhibition curated by OLOS ATELIER and Raffaele Orrù titled “To the Origins”, in partnership with Antica Pieve Azienda Agricola and Associazione Italiana Professionisti del Verde AIPV.

An evocative place reinterpreted to experience spaces while enhancing its ancient vocation in a contemporary key, in which nature becomes the protagonist supported by systems and strategies aimed at sustainably protecting and managing ecosystems. The project fosters people’s well-being and contributes to the increasing biodiversity in urban contexts.

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Remind polypropylene armchairs designed by Eugeni Quitllet, evoke the soft sinuous curves of wooden chairs from the late 19th century and took the scene together with Ara lounge armchairs designed by Jorge Pensi Design Studio, with their refined and well-balanced language, paired with Elliot tables designed by Patrick Jouin. Time Out and Happy Apple lamps, designed by Basaglia Rota Nodari, lit up the environment.

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