At the new stand in Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile, together with some very original variants of several of its successful products, B-LINE will exhibit the three absolute innovations for 2014.
For those that didn’t get to see them at the Dezeen preview, here then is the gallery of Park by Neuland Paster & Geldmacher: stool derived from the chair of the same name, likewise, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Sober lines and light appearance, Park is in galvanised and painted steel rod and is available in two heights.
For those wanting even more comfort, there is Crossed, soft upholstered pouf with contrasting X-shaped stitching, available both with a square or rectangular base. A project by Joe Colombo dating back to 1963 which, thanks to the choice of materials, can in turn be used indoors or out of doors.
The third product proposed is still one by Joe Colombo (a design from 1964), called Ring, a container module in painted steel plate and oak. Ring is very versatile and can be used as a compact table, with multiple units stacking to increase its storage capacity.
Both Crossed and Ring are made by B-LINE thanks to an exceptional collaboration with the Joe Colombo Studio, nowadays directed by Architect Favata who will be present at the stand on Wednesday, April 9, during the event at which Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher will also be protagonists.
The appointment at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile: Hall 16, Stand C37.