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.
Busetti, Garuti, Redaelli

Fellow students at Milan’s European Design Institute, Manuela Busetti and Andrea Garuti became acquainted in 2003 while studying industrial design.
They immediately started working together, taking part in competitions and designing for firms whose range went from taps to decorating and to ceramic sanitary ware. They were awarded important prizes (from the young designers section of the “XX Compasso d’Oro” ADI prize, to the Playing Design competition of Lissone, sponsored by Milan’s “La Triennale”) and took part in various events and exhibitions.
In 2007, while Manuela and Andrea were working with a design studio in Milan, they met Matteo Redaelli, who also graduated from Milan’s European Design Institute. From this was born a new team.
A common denominator linking the three designers, is the interest they share in studying the re-designing and abstracting of technologies and materials from their context, for the creation of original and inventive objects. In 2010, with an innovative coffee table, they went on to win the competition organised by Cristalplant e Zanotta.