Bright Colors and Natural Wood

Billiani at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

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Bright Colors and Natural Wood
29/01/2019 - Billiani participates at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair in February. It will do it its way, by matching livelier colors with natural and bleached wood. As a tribute to what is the most important fair on the Scandinavian peninsula, Billiani will leave the floor to shape and matter, in a particular way to the essence of natural ash, the wood par excellence of Scandinavian design and a leading player in Nordic mythology. White

White

The protagonist of the Billiani exhibition in Stockholm will be the White chair, inspired by sixties Nordic design and designed by the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen.
White is chunky and solid: with its characteristic 4 cm leg diameter, it is a statuesque seat, yet simple, comfortable, practical and reassuring. White is made of ashwood in the side and armchair version, both available with upholstery applied directly on the top of the wooden seat.
Tango

Tango

The Tango coat-stand results from collaboration with the Finn, Timo Ripatti. The cleanliness of its design leads to the origin of wood itself and so all the power of nature, of living wood, warm expression of Scandinavian design, emerges from a pure, iconic object. The unusual twisting central joint is an embrace between several wooden elements that are joined together to generate the whole.
Lilliput

Lilliput

Lilliput coffee tables, designed by Studioventotto, are rather low coffee tables, made of solid or lacquered ash wood, with two contrasting natural wood knobs winking at you cheekily. And one's gaze inevitably falls on this visual feature of only marginal appearance, which nonetheless embellishes and highlights a key component of the project. These knobs allow Lilliput to be flat-packed for swift and environmentally friendly transport. Three different heights in two versions: total wood or with steel legs, without knobs.
Layer

Layer

Layer is an armchair made of ash wood, stained or lacquered, designed by the German designer Michael Geldmacher. Its profile stands out in any context. Its characteristic silhouette comes from the cohesion of the two main components: wood and upholstery. The frame of the armchair, indeed, seems to absorb the multi-layer wood armrest which, in turn, reaches the seatback’s upholstery. Continuity and linearity of design and material contribute to Layer uniqueness. 

Billiani on ARCHIPRODUCTS
White

White

White

White

White

White

White

White

Tango

Tango

Lilliput

Lilliput

Lilliput

Lilliput

Layer

Layer

Layer

Layer

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