Billiani

Billiani

Billiani was founded in 1911 in Manzano in Friuli Venezia Giulia. A small workshop in a strategic area that contributed to laying the foundations for what, after World War II, was to become the productive district of the Friuli chair. In the years of the Italian economic boom, Billiani Bros. expanded and became more structured, while in the eighties, thanks to local flexibility and know-how, it began to make its mark on the international contract scene. At the beginning of the new millennium, Billiani began producing under its own brand. And collaborations with designers began...
Billiani is both a steward of timeless Italian furniture-making traditions and an arbiter of contemporary taste. Chairs feature classic silhouettes with a few playful flourishes: surprise curves, subtle surface details, and bright pops of color.

Fitt Classic

Ash armchair with plywood shell. Design by Victor Carrasco

Layer

Ash chair and lounge chair, upholstered. Design by Michael Geldmacher.

Marimba

High-level collection made of solid beech, with seats and backrests in hide or fine grain leather. Design by Emilio Nanni.

Lilliput

Ash coffee tables, with two contrasting natural wood knobs. Design by Studioventotto.

White

Chair and stool in stained or lacquered ashwood, available with wooden or upholstered seat. Design by Harri Koskinen.

Spy

Spy lounge chair and Spy Wingback, in beechwood, with a padded multilayer shell upholstered in fabric.

Billiani was founded in 1911 in Manzano in Friuli Venezia Giulia. A small workshop in a strategic area that contributed to laying the foundations for what, after World War II, was to become the productive district of the Friuli chair. In the years of the Italian economic boom, Billiani Bros. expanded and became more structured, while in the eighties, thanks to local flexibility and know-how, it began to make its mark on the international contract scene. At the beginning of the new millennium, Billiani began producing under its own brand. And collaborations with designers began…