Set to appear at Café Culture – the Croissant Collection, designed by Emilio Nanni for Billiani.
April 3rd, 2012
The 2011 Milan Furniture Fair saw the first appearance of the Croissant table, still in prototype form, appearing alongside the first offerings of the Croissant range.
Designed by Emilio Nanni, the collection proved such a hit that Billiani officially launched the Croissant table to accompany the rest of the range.
The Croissant Collection now comprises a dining chair, armchair, lounge chair, low stool, barstools and table.
Solid European beech timber, stained or painted as required, gives the furniture a warm, classic feel. Seats can be upholstered in any fabric to suit the space.
Crafted in Italy with love, the collection will soon be available through Café Culture.
Check out the first samples of the Croissant Collection at Café Culture’s Brisbane showroom during Brisbane Indesign on 25 and 26 May.
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