The wooden Doll chair, Emilio Nanni’s first commissioned design for Billiani, expresses essentiality with grace and softness. This is the result of its slender tapering legs and its curved tresses, which lighten the seat without compromising solidity or comfort. Evolved over time into a complete collection that also includes barstools, arm and lounge chairs, coffee and dining tables, Doll is a real chameleon of a chair, capable of changing style according to any changing context, thanks to the wide range of colourways and upholstery options.
Faithful to wood itself, the Drum collection stands out for the quality of the processes that characterize the side and lounge chairs and the stools in three heights, as well as tables of different
Billiani opened up to the world of upholstery with a rich collection that includes side, arm and lounge chairs, barstool, sofa, pouf, bench and table.
Frisée is a collection that combines the solidity of wood with an ironic and joyful frivolity.
Cristina Celestino’s soft and enveloping touch exalts Billiani’s materials and know-how with pure colours, corners that turn into delicate curves, and bulbous leg-ends. Variously sized tabl
Soft lines and simple geometry describe the contours of the Veretta chair, characterized by the feature ring in curved solid beechwood that surrounds the seat and houses the backrest.
Cristina Celestino designs a lounge collection with soft and harmonious shapes. The rounded volumes are lightened by the worked wood base, Billiani’s stylistic code.
The idea for Grapevine comes from vine branches and the desire to replicate their natural twist on a table base.
The classic tavern chair, Cafè tells the story of a territory in which not only carpenters are the protagonists, but also the vineyards and corn fields.
For the unprecedented combination of wood and leather, Marimba is a novelty in the Billiani collection.
Marco Ferreri reinterprets an icon of Scandinavian design, the classic cockpit seat, and creates a chair of great constructive simplicity with a touch of elegance.
Puccio is inspired by milking stools, seats without design or designers which thanks to their functionality, have survived unchanged over centuries.
Amongst Vincent van Gogh’s various paintings, there are a number that feature chairs.