Bi Silla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta

Bi Silla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (1)

Bi Silla collection was designed by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta for Two Six brand.

The designer’s presentation: Bi Silla is the stylish and comfortable chair you want in a lobby. Thanks to its symmetry can be adapted to different places and draw different figures according to its distribution. I didn’t want to design another simple chair; I wanted to create a design chair where you feel sheltered by exceptional fabrics in fresh colors and soft cushions.
You’re invited to sit down

BiSilla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (1)

BiSilla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (1)

BiSilla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (4)

BiSilla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (2)

BiSilla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (2)

BiSilla by Spanish designer Silvia Ceñal Idarreta (3)

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