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The B & amp; B Italia group has written a design history promoting Made in Italy worldwide with its contemporary furnishings for home and contract environments. Sofas, armchairs, tables, chairs and accessories. B & amp; B Italia products have a unique and inimitable style, which is the result of the gift that this brand has to stay ahead of trends and respond to changing tastes with high-quality solutions. Since its inception, B & amp; B Italia has developed a fully industrial vocation with its timeless collections that anticipated fashion, adapting in line with changes and responding to the changing needs of its customers and the changing housing concept. Taste, quality, technology and creativity are the factors that gave life to high-quality, modern and expressive products.

Designing home decor and surroundings the fact that the B&B Italia group is present in the global market with two branches; the House division - including the brands B & amp; B Italia, B & amp; B Italia Outdoor, B & amp; B Italia Project and Maxalto - and the Contract division, which provides furniture and turnkey solutions for the maritime sector, offices, shops, hotels and public buildings thanks to the impression sonic and the constant pursuit of excellence . The most recent projects include the Bulgari hotels in Milan and London, the Hotel Conservatorium in Amsterdam and the Hotel Mandarin Oriental in Barcelona. With its headquarters designed in 1972 in Milan by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, B & amp; B Italia is also present in 54 countries around the world with a distribution network of 800 official and flagship stores and efficient customer service.
One One of the Research is at the heart of B & amp; B Italia's policy. Its Research and Development Center is a real hive of ideas where you can share your projects and experiences thanks to the constant exchange of thoughts and cooperation with the most outstanding designers on the international panorama. Antonio Citterio, Patricia Urquiola, Mario Bellini, Gaetano Pesce, Naoto Fukasawa are just some of the names cooperating with the company. The Research and Development Center ignites the creativity of designers, putting at their disposal all the competences and know-how that the company has acquired over the years. The care for industrial production processes is also reflected in the concept of environmental sustainability used in the company's collections. Their exceptional durability allows for significant savings in terms of materials used, energy and CO2 emissions. The recycling and waste disposal processes are therefore kept to a minimum. In addition, the company's research and development center is constantly focused on research into innovative materials and production processes that are able to provide an industrial approach while respecting environmental sustainability.

B & amp; B Italia-branded sofas, armchairs and living space furnishings that retain their value over time. It has been paying off the company for over 40 years in a way that resonates with the company's values. The mixture of creativity, innovation and industrial production creates products that are impeccable from every point of view. Beautiful, functional, durable. Each project is exclusive, it is the result of endless research works that determine the quality and high aesthetic value of the final product. B & amp; B Italia is not only research, but also development. This is evidenced by the never-ending process of studying all about technology, innovation and materials. Technology is a constant medium for a company to grow. Experimenting with new materials; higher quality; high comfort; constant updating of processes and production plants; these are just some of the key factors appreciated by this company. B & amp; B Italia was the first company to use cold polyurethane foam in molds technology to shape sofas and armchairs or a Dacron for upholstery.
The Bend sofa was born from 3D model research and digital research, although it looks like it was carved with the hands of a sculptor. It has the appearance of a monolith on which the hand of the designer intervened to subtract, soften, shape. Its non-linear silhouette ensures comfort; Contrast stitching along the entire shape makes drawing and movement stand out. Summarizes manual skills and technology, solidity and solidity combined with remarkable flexibility of use resulting from a wide range of compositions.

B & amp; B Italia and its design icons B & amp; B Italia was born in 1966 thanks to the entrepreneurial wit of its founder , Piero Ambrogio Busnelli. The company soon established itself in the international scenario of the upholstery industry thanks to the introduction of significant technological innovations and the company's industrial approach. Thanks to injection molding, the first design icons such as Gaetano Pesce's UP collection and Coronado Tobia and Afrika Scarpa were brought to life.
The 1970s were a bold turning point for the company with Mario Ferrarini's Le Bambole collection. and his provocative advertising campaign. In the 1980s, the company continued its development and won the Compasso d'Oro award for its Sisamo garment. In 1989, B & amp; B Italia was awarded Compasso d'Oro, the company's first award for "continuous integration work carried out to combine the value of scientific and technical research with that necessary for the functionality and expression of products." & Lt; br / & gt; The 1990s saw the commencement of hugely successful projects such as the Harry and Charles collections, both signed by Antonio Citterio, a success that lasted until 2000. It was during these years that the company established and strengthened its cooperation with Patricia Urquiola, the author of some of the most beautiful B & amp; B Italia collections - Tufty-Time and Husk, to mention two of them - and Naoto Fukasawa with his collection of Papilio chairs. A success that continues to grow, B & amp; B Italia, which has always focused on the excellence of its products from an aesthetic, functional and quality point of view. That is why the company is part of the Altagamma Foundation, bringing together Italian companies that are ambassadors of Italian style in the world.