Founded in 1911, Billiani is a long-standing and family-run Italian company, whose success is based on simple but essential values and principles. Know-how in craftsmanship, love for details, search for maximum quality of all materials, processes, finishes and styles have been handed down from one generation to another and shared with each member of the company staff. During the years, Billiani has been specializing in the manufacturing of wooden chairs, stools and armchairs for the contract segment, continuously enriching and evolving its product range, in order to be always an important reference point on the market. The vision of the owners has always been characterizing the entire production of Billiani and the great passion for design has led to precious partnerships with renowned designers, such as Marco Ferreri, Aldo Cibic, Fabio Bortolani and Emilio Nanni, Maestri such as Werther Toffoloni and young international designers such as Paul Loebach, Daniel Fintzi, Francesco Faccin and Timo Ripatti, developing products able to fuse high-class contemporary design and top-notch ergonomics together, whose quality is recognized at global level. Excellent testimonials of the internationally renowned quality “Made in Italy”, Billiani’s products are distributed on a worldwide scale and applied in premium restaurants, hotels, offices and other public environments all over the world. Billiani seating are part of International design exhibitions and collections - from MoMA in New York, trough Triennale in Milan, to private collections – and have been selected for ADI Design Index and awarded with Premio CATAS for technological innovation (Foglia designed by Marco Ferreri) and with Red Dot Award in 2016 (Fratina designed by Emilio Nanni. In 2017, Billiani gave life to the re-edition of an original design by Kazuhide Takahama, establishing itself as manufacturing company characterized by strong stylistic and qualitative values. More recent partnerships of Billiani boast internationally renowned names such as Michael Geldmacher and Harri Koskinen.