The Doll chair collection was Emilio Nanni’s first project for Billiani, and ten years on it’s as charming and popular as ever, and now available in a new finish.
Enchilada Group’s Wilma Wunder restaurant chain takes on many faces, and the latest opening in Cologne is no exception. This is how Billiani’s design suits every occasion…
The family-owned Italian design house Billiani has been handcrafting inspiring furniture for over 100 years. These three projects exemplify the grace, craftsmanship and designer knowledge over a century of design can bring.
The luxury Italian furniture brand has come up with a brand-new furniture collection inspired by the elegance of wood and the luxurious appeal of leather.
Get the complete low-down from Design Nation of all the latest and greatest pieces to be shown at Salone del Mobile this year. Expect strong colours and forms and plenty of quirkiness in between.
Salone del Mobile Milan certainly has more on offer than just furniture. But among the installations, FuoriSalone events and everything else, chairs in particular remain a special highlight. We look at the latest releases right from Milan.
Defined by a continuity and linearity between design and material is the Layer chair by the award-winning German designer, Michael Geldmacher, for Billiani.
From Italian master Emilio Nanni comes the Spy chair, and rarely has there been such sweet fusion between sturdy frame and comfortable seat.
The Drum collection from Italy’s Billiani is a chair range that is functional and beautiful – serving as a designer statement on the versatility and timeless charm of wood.
Italian design is full of master craftsmen and artisans, and when it comes to contemporary furniture, it’s impossible to ignore the master of Emilio Nanni.
Just as a little girl’s doll collection continues to grow over time, Billiani’s versatile and extensive Doll range has welcomed a brand new member into the family – the Doll Steel Barstool.
It’s been touted as a trend, but we predict it will only continue to increase in popularity, that is – furniture designed for use across multiple typologies. Here’s a round-up of standouts from the Salone.