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Blume by Sebastian Herkner for Pedrali

Designed by Sebastian Herkner, the Blume collection is characterized by a soft and rounded shape with a flower-shaped profile in extruded aluminium.

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07/11/2022 2 min read

Photography: Andrea Garuti
Art direction: Studio FM
Styling: Studio Salaris


Drawing inspiration from the concepts of elegance and sophistication, the Blume collection stems from a collaboration between the German designer Sebastian Herkner and Pedrali.

Featuring a soft and rounded shape, both chair and armchair are available in a lounge version – owing their distinctive appearance to a sophisticated flower-shaped profile in extruded aluminium. The name Blume is German for flower, highlighting the design’s iconic decorative detail, while paying tribute to the designer’s origins.

The steel structural element, placed under the seat to strengthen the chair and to secure the legs is removable: this way all product’s components can be disassembled and disposed of correctly at the end of their life cycle.

The collection is complemented by a set of coffee tables featuring the seating’s flower-shaped profile, which protrudes visibly beyond the perimeter of the top. Available in three heights and in various sizes, the Blume tables can be combined to create different compositions.

Presented at the Salone del Mobile.Milano 2022, Blume System echoes the sophisticated flower-shaped profile in extruded aluminium of the seating collection with the same name. Available in several sizes, the modules create a variety of configurations: from a two-level bedside table to a three- or four-level shelving system.

The structure on which the shelves rest is made of steel, fastened together by aluminium castings, with no visible screws and adjustable feet. The aluminium is anodised in various finishes or coated in a variety of colours. This, combined with elegant shelves in composite marble or more innovative materials, allows for customisation and versatility – suitable for residential hospitality or working spaces.

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