Labirinto della Masone: a place of culture and delights (and Pedrali design)

The Labirinto della Masone culture park has an area of 8 hectares at Fontanellato, in the province of Parma, with the world’s largest labyrinth.

Made entirely with bamboo plants, it was designed by Franco Maria Ricci with the architects Pier Carlo Bontempi and Davide Dutto. The facility contains a museum, a library, spaces for temporary exhibitions and the Franco Maria Ricci publishing house.

There is also a restaurant, a cafe and the Bottega run by prize-winning chef Massimo Spigaroli with Rocco Stabellini. The spaces are furnished with pieces by Pedrali, to create a welcoming, refined atmosphere.

For the Ristorante del Labirinto the choice has gone to the Tivoli chairs designed by Cazzaniga, Mandelli & Pagliarulo. The essential profile links back to the theme of traditional wooden seats, perfectly combining the structural parts while conserving an idea of comfort and relaxed socializing.

The furnishings of the cafe are young and fresh, to match the quick, affordable spirit. Here the designers have chosen the Volt chairs, the tables of the Ypsilon collection designed by Jorge Pensi and the modular upholstered seating of the Modus line.