The moulds had been scrapped: all that remained were the drawings or, at the most, some reject pieces.
But since these were products like Joe Colombo's Multichair or Rodolfo Bonetto's 4/4, we couldn't accept their loss.
And so, B-LINE's beginnings were dictated more by a gut feeling than a rational calculation: we wanted to restore splendour to objects that, because they were ingeniously simple and aesthetically interesting, were intrinsically precious.
This was all happening in 1999.
From then on, our ambitions regarding good designing came to fruition in the form of international collaborations and, besides the several items we consider heritage, we manufacture furnishing products for the home, office and contract.
The materials that the company B-LINE uses are plastic, steel, fabric and wood and we are extremely flexible where the technologies to be deployed are concerned.
Having singled out the perfect combination between versatility, originality and functionality, B-LINE's team and the designers work hand in hand through to the selection of materials, covering all technical aspects, to turn out products entirely made in Italy.