If White were a model it would be Anita Ekberg, being just as seductive and slinky as the Swedish actress of the swinging sixties.
By virtue of its generous forms, it follows the path traced by the Green and Blue chairs already present in the Billiani collection and it is inspired by the Nordic design of the Sixties. Probably going against the trend, White stems from the desire to retrace historical concepts in chair design, adding contemporary language and advanced production techniques; all three pieces have in common the characteristic of a chunky leg, which rises from the classic 3 cm thick to 4 cm; these are statement pieces but also simple and gentle chairs, comfortable, practical and reassuring. Though strikingly bold, White has deliberately large and soft shapes like the pin-ups that appeared on the covers of the magazines of the time. White is made of ashwood in the side and armchair versions, both available with upholstery applied directly on top of the wooden��seat.
Born in Finland in 1970, from the very outset of his career Harri developed an uncompromisingly bold and determined design style that soon brought him international fame. Practicality, a connotative style and a conceptual approach to design are the hallmarks of his work.
Koskinen's works have been exhibited all over the world and he has received numerous design awards, such as the Kaj Franck Design Prize (2014), Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize (2009), the Pro Finland Medal (2007) and the Compasso d'Oro award (2004). He works with the best Italian and international design companies.
Belonging. A word selected to talk about a job of work, a path, a feeling, a sentiment, an armation. Right from within the factory, which bears witness to living values, as evidenced on a daily basis: Italianness, care, excellence of execution, crasmanship, design and remaining true to the local area.