B—Line is a company specialised in designer furnishings which, ever since its beginnings, has manufactured contemporary products along with evergreen icons from the past, such as Joe Colombo’s famous Boby storage trolley. Solid, transversal and flexible designs, the result of collaborations with international designers and of an exclusively Italian production.
B—Line is a company, brainchild of its founder, Giorgio Bordin, that restores life to several historical icons of design on the Italian scenario. These are works that have disappeared over the years, made obsolete by the unrelenting ferment of a market that is brimming with innovation. Of the products re-edited, some have made history “contaminating” many facets of art and design, such as Joe Colombo’s famous Boby.
From the very beginning, side by side with its re-editions, B—Line places contemporary furnishing accessories, resulting from collaborations with international designers. Tangible, factual and transversal projects that have the responsibility and honour to co-exist with the great cornerstones of design and to encourage, in terms of style and character, a smooth switch from home environments to working spaces and from outdoors to indoors, areas that are increasingly hybrid and mercurial, as demanded by contemporary lifestyles.
B—Line: design is served
18 June 2019

The collection of B—Line tables is a veritable journey through signs, shapes and symbols. Strongly evocative designs, witness of a contemporary time and lifestyle.
Real and valid suggestions following one another in the new section of the B—Line catalogue dedicated to tables and coffee tables created in wood, concrete, steel and polyethylene.

Minimal and informal, they furnish and enrich without distinction collective areas and domestic ambiances. Prominent example is Maddalena Casadei’s new Tran Tran, a sturdy looking wooden table, the perfect partner for all the various daily activities and so hybrid that working, meeting, eating can become combined. It features a rectangular top and rests on a pair of “A” shaped legs, formed by two cylindrical uprights.

Unconventional and sharing the same leitmotif, the Fonda table, once again the work of the Forlivese designer, with its shape softened by a round base and by a circular or square top with curved corners, in the mdf or laminate versions. Essential and hyper-transversal, it combines with a variety of chair types and is ideal for contract contexts or for the outdoors.

The ingenuous Abra by Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher, is instead a sculpturesque coffee table, available in two heights, whose dovetailing creates a support surface on two levels. Made in painted steel sheet with a hollow triangular base, it is suitable for indoor use.
Functionality and aesthetic expression converge in the B—Line tables, drawing from different extemporaneous influences and from the purity of modern design. Versatile combinations, all to be discovered.