B&B Italia introduced some amazing new products during last month’s Salone Del Mobile. New additions include the Ponchette armchair, Planck tables and the Mjna chair all designed by Piero Lissoni. Foster+Partners introduced the roomy and welcoming Cordoba armchair and Barber & Osgerby celebrated the Tobi-ishi table’s 10th year anniversary with new editions to collection including a stunning special striped version.
B&B Italia introduced Le Bambole by Mario Bellini, in a radically renewed version in the form of lounge chair, sofa and bed. Fifty years after its initial creation, this icon of Italian style is evolving thanks to new design choices that make them even more comfortable and increasingly sustainable.
Please enjoy the new B&B Italia collection below. Contact us here for further information about the new product below.
LE BAMBOLE COLLECTION by Mario Bellini
A constant presence in the B&B Italia catalogue for 50 years, Le Bambole has evolved and become even more contemporary. The revamped version recaptures a look and feel more akin to the original, favoring generous, curvy, increasingly feminine shapes. The new range sees confirmations and new elements, for a collection that restarts from the basic elements: the Bambola armchair, the Bibambola two-seater sofa, the Bamboletto double bed. In addition, the three-seater sofa has been updated to meet today’s needs, with a deeper seat that has earned it the name Granbambola. Inquire here
POCHETTE by Piero Lissoni
Pochette is a generously shaped armchair that is as unusual as it is inviting. Designed by Piero Lissoni, it takes its name from a small, high-quality object, a soft and graceful bag, to be touched and held close to the body on the most important occasions. Inquire here
PLANCK by Piero Lissoni
Planck is a family of three small round tables designed by Piero Lissoni, united by shape and materials, but unique in character and personality. The structure gently widens as it descends from the top to the base, creating an elegant truncated cone shape. Inquire here
MJNA by Piero Lissoni
Mjna is a chair that combines the practicality of a functional product with the elegance of materials such as steel and thick leather. The steel frame is visible in the back legs, while the rest of the chair is completely covered in fine thick leather. This design choice gives Mjna a distinctive visual uniformity, a chromatic harmony that communicates with the delicate curves of the frame. Mjna’s versatility is also expressed in the fact that it is stackable, an uncommon feature for such a sophisticated chair. Inquire here
CORDOBA by Foster+Partners
Designed by Foster+Partners, Industrial Design Studio, Cordoba is an armchair that combines design, precision and environmental responsibility. Roomy and welcoming, the oak wood frame recalls Nordic precision and an oriental spirit, through an almost primordial combination that reveals accoutrements of absolute quality. In the legs, armrests and seat elements, the section changes according to function, reducing to a minimum that accommodates technical requirements, provides comfort and ensures an aesthetic devoted to lightness. Inquire here
TOBI-ISHI by Barber & Osgerby
In its ten years of life, the Tobi-Ishi table has become a true icon of international design. In all its variations, it retains the strongly sculptural feel defined by the three elements that compose it, inspired by the ‘flying stones’ that dot the pools of water in Japanese gardens.
This particular balance of solidity and lightness also appears in the new special edition made of strips of white Carrara and green Alpi marble with a very manual and sophisticated crafting technique, which requires slow and skilful processes, making it precious. The materials and workmanship are inspired by Italy. Tobi-Ishi thus takes on a new architectural flavor, becoming even more exclusive and refined.
In addition to the special edition, the Tobi-Ishi family expands in terms of the sizes and finishes available. In fact, a surprising version of the rectangular table has arrived, measuring 310 cm long and 114 cm wide. A technical challenge that gives rise to an object of majestic design, around which ten diners can comfortably sit.
A table of great elegance, thanks also to the use of natural elm wood, a new finish also offered for the round version of the table. A perfect solution to create warmth and intimacy, thanks to the honey colour of this wood and its extremely pleasant grain to the touch. The Tobi-Ishi small table range is also enriched with new materials and finishes. The indoor small table is now also available in matt white Carrara marble and glossy Marquinia black marble. These are natural and precious materials, rich in refined veining that emphasize the absolute shapes of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby’s design. Inquire here