We manufacture designer furnishing products for the home, office and contract, and export them to all the five continents. In our catalogues you will find only “made in Italy” products, but our collaborations are boundless: we discuss a design with Karim Rashid while sitting in a park with Neuland Paster & Geldmacher, at the same time drinking a toast to Joe Colombo. We work equally well with famous designers as well with newcomers at their debut: together, we colour concepts of versatility and functionality. We are a young and dynamic company. In short, we are B-LINE.
Bontempi Casa is a world renowned designer Italian brand. Elegant clean lines and timeless pieces are the signature of this high end contemporary design house.
Bontempi looks to the future with its roots firmly set in the history and tradition of an Italian company that spreads ideas and products throughout the world. Bontempi is becoming synonymous with contemporary home furnishings worldwide with a collection featuring continuous innovation positioned to satisfy the ever-growing demand of modern life styles.
Casamania is an Italian based furniture design and manufacturing company founded in 1984. At the foundation of each collection are dynamic, innovative, and high quality design solutions. Casamania represents a contemporary and forward aesthetic that seamlessly translates to high end residential, hospitality, or commercial design projects, with collections covering a wide range of pieces from modular systems and furniture, to lighting and accessories. Casamania offers designs strongly characterized by bold color, distinct shape, and clean, fluid forms, bringing a visual harmony to any space.Casamania is all about innovation. As the company continues to evolve and expand into new markets, Casamania gives careful consideration to a global culture, combining energy, passion and creativity to ensure iconic introductions and timeless design product.
ferm LIVING draws on Scandinavian design traditions and retro charm – but with a distinctive graphic edge that makes every item firmly contemporary. ferm LIVING is rooted in Denmark, where Trine Andersen founded a graphic design studio in 2005. The decision to start her own business sprang from a personal vision of a bird on a branch, ready to take off. That bird remains a part of the ferm LIVING logo today. ferm LIVING soon expanded into design and interior products. As Trine found herself unable to find wallpaper with the kind of graphic design she wanted, she took matters into her own hands – and her first wallpaper collection was launched in February 2006. The response from design-conscious audiences worldwide was overwhelming, and now a full and constant growing range of interior products is available around the globe.
HARTÔ is a design brand which gives birth of talented designers' creations. Our role is to accompany the designers we work with in the creation process of the projects we have selected, and distribute these creations to you. HARTÔ also lives through its partners, those who believe in us, and who care about us : the designers we publish, the French and European workshops which develop our products, our resellers, seduced by our brand! Our creations are also available on our website and in many shops in France, and beyond.
DESIGN CLASSICS IN PLASTIC Kartell is the world’s leading manufacturer of design classics made from plastic and the company continues to push the scientific limits of the material. Since its launch in 1949, Kartell has worked with designers to make plastic engaging and desirable. Componibili was one of the first pieces launched and is still in production today. Colour is Kartell’s trademark, but in 2001 it perfected transparent plastic with the Louis Ghost chair by Philippe Starck. Louis Ghost is now a multi-award winning design icon and their number one seller.
Normann Copenhagen is a way of living - a mindset. We love to challenge the conventional design rules. This is why you will find traditional materials put into untraditional use such as a Stone Hook made of Icelandic stones, a vase made out of silicon and last but not least a dog made out of plastic.