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.
2019 Salone del Mobile: Tran Tran, designed by Maddalena Casadei for B—Line, makes its debut
20 March 2019

Large, convivial, contemporary and dynamic. It’s the Tran Tran table, first new entry introduced by B—Line at Milan’s forthcoming “Salone del Mobile”.
Tran Tran is a wooden table designed to conjugate working, meeting, eating: all repetitive activities that scan our everyday life and superimpose themselves in the new way of working, one that is continuously evolving into spaces that are increasingly hybrid and informal.

Flexible and transversal, it adapts to the demands of contemporary living in which domestic, professional and social contexts permeate in an ever more natural way.

The rectangular top with rounded corners and edges rests on a pair of legs forming an “A”, consisting of two cylindrical uprights slightly “sliced off” along the inside: the section thus formed facilitates the connection between the legs.

A hymn to modernity and to aesthetic minimalism, not to be missed at the next Salone, Hall 10, Stand E16.