All set for Palermo?
We are thrilled to know that in one of the most well-kept places in the 2018 Capital of Culture 2018 our chairs are ready and waiting for you.
Light, airy, magical, elegant, simple.
This was the Billiani atmosphere at the 2018 Milan Fair.
Our challenge is: new yes, but with integrity and value.
Since connections and concoctions always make new ideas bounce around our heads!
You know those tranquil lawns that England is famous for?
Well this is a quite different kettle of fish…
We investigate it with great curiosity because it often lead us into new ground; we enter, are wrong-footed, and then gently guided by the hand of its vibrancy.
Snow, stars in the night sky, silence all around, carols, cooking on a grand scale, crinkly wrapping paper, the smell of pines...
Nestling in amongst the myriad courtyards of the Old Town, it comes across as a secret and enchanting place where you can read, eat, drink, or simply pass the time away in a friendly and welcoming environment.
There's something energising about celebrating as well as something that takes on even greater meaning. This is why we were so happy to celebrate in Bologna on 20th August with so many of you all.
Here our new coffee tables!
Billiani invites you to the opening party of the event “Billiani presents: the relaunch of Kazuhide Takahama’s Marcel table” taking place on 20th of October at the historic Gavina store in Bologna, Via Altabella 23/A.
We see design as a way of testing ourselves, to develop bold new types of synergy, that come together in relevant themes such as contemporary living.
Once upon a time there was the first seaside hotel to be built in Tito's post-war Yugoslavia...
An exhibition on Asian design in a international and contemporary background.
The morning heralds a brands a brand new day
… and if the morning begins with a nice coffee, that's absolutely ideal!
We are in Melbourne with yet another installation of Billiani seating.
It used to be a garage where the oil flowed for engines, now it's a restaurant with a very personal stamp, stylish and refined … the oil's still there, but it's of an altogether different type.
From 21st June to 21st July, Archiproducts Milan hosted Emilio Nanni with his new work cycle, projects and productions where art blends in with design, and design with art.
In New York City, an entanglement of beams is the design hallmark of the building that is home to Mediterraneo.
We pay homage to the master Werther Toffoloni.
At The Wine Room in Santo Domingo, they're all getting on like a house on fire!
Design week is the most catalytic of the year and demands loads of energy.
We're there! The Milan Fair is just around the corner, we'll be there with loads of new items!
Yesterday and today.
We have been designing and producing on a daily basis for over a hundred years now, but once again we find ourselves on the threshold of the annual Milan Fair (4th to 9th April 2017) full of trepidation, enthusiasm and curiosity.
If you want to see Paris through rose-tinted glasses, as in the Edith Piaf song, Hotel Le Général is the place where this can really happen, quite simply.
Colour is an international language which, just like gestures, is capable of communicating voicelessly and wordlessly, overcoming all linguistic, cultural and national boundaries.
Garibaldi Cafè & Bistrot is a uniquely contemporary new locale in terms of its shapes, colours and materials deployed.
If you fancy yourselves as avid restaurant-goers, Sydney's Nour is a must for your bucket list.
As everyone is well aware, for a truly contemporary culinary culture you need to keep your taste buds up to date … and here this really does happen.
Our design in wood and color at Paris
BAO is a cutting-edge Chinese restaurant that brings together the vibrant metropolitan energies of Singapore, Hong Kong and New York.
How travelling makes the mind blossom!
And so, during the classic Italian holiday month, we transport you to Hong Kong. Sat sitting, of course!
The only rule is to have a high profile: character, style and quality.
Rope yourselves in on our lovely Load chair ...
Ready, steady, go!
What we appreciated was your enthusiasm, what we appreciated was involving you in our colours that are every bit as bold and bright as our own passion.
Fratina, designed by Emilio Nanni for Billiani, triumphs in Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016.
We are online also on Pinterest and Instagram.
Interesting surprises coming soon!
Billiani's Cafè chairs have been selected for the project to create a new training centre for culinary arts and tourism.
Directly from Stockholm
We are thoroughly caught up in the energy that bursts out of one of the most excitingly important activities known to mankind: a project.
Are you looking for something new?
Previewing the new collections
Billiani at showroom Ragno Marazzi Group
Our offices will be closed from Thursday 24th December
to Wednesday 6th January.
We’ve seen them used in bars, pubs, hotels and restaurants, but once again the various Doll seating models confirm their extraordinary versatility.
It’s always very exciting to see new ideas taking shape.
We are in Amsterdam, in the homeland of Vincent Van Gogh, and we have touched down smoothly onto our Vincent V.G. chairs.
We are excited by the new products taking shape.
we are rather glowing with pride at having contributed, through the presence of our Doll chairs, to the success of the ACME Restaurant-Bar in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney, at the Bar Design Awards 2015.
Food & Forest an essential and at the same time appealing space characterized by a seamless fusion between the interior and outdoor spaces.
Kavana Boban attracts lovers of Italian taste in food and furnishings.
If we fail to give due consideration to the arts, poetry, music, cultural skills, if we think solely about our efficiency and our output, will we really be in a fit state to produce well, to reply with an impact suited to our day and age?
2015 was born under the sign of clarity.
Billiani applies a reasoned selection of its production and now is, even morecoherently, the editor of a Collection of Chairs in Wood and Colors.