The Bellini Chair has become a modern classic. In 2001 it received the Compasso d’Oro ADI, Italy’s most prestigious design award. The Bellini Chair is in the design collection of museums around the world. It is the perfect chair for nearly every purpose.
Injection molded stacking chair appropriate for indoor/outdoor commercial, institutional and residential use. The flexing action of the back provides a high degree of comfort. Lightly textured, fully washable surface. The legs provided with pads for hard surface flooring. Stacks 6 high.
- Seat Height:18 1/8 inch - 46 cm
- Height: 33 1/16“ - 84 cm
- Width: 17 5/16 inch - 44 cm
- Depth: 18 1/8 inch - 46 cm
Heller has created a simple paradigm: good design, industrial production and reasonable prices. Heller is an international furniture manufacturer with production in the US and Europe. Started in 1971, Heller’s first product was a line of stacking dinnerware designed by Massimo Vignelli that is included in the MoMA’s permanent design collection in New York.
Heller launched its furniture division in 1998. The 1998 Bellini Chair, designed by Mario Bellini, won the Compasso d’Oro Award. This initial success kicked off a prestigious line of award winning collections including the Frank Gehry Furniture Collection (2004), the Vignelli Chair (2004), designed by Lella and Massimo Vignelli, and the Kiss Sofa (2004), designed by Studio 65. Heller continues to offer leading designers the opportunity to work with new technologies and to create innovative products. .
Heller Bellini Chair (Priced Each, Sold in Sets of 4) Designed by:
- Mario Bellini , 1998
Mario Bellini is an architect and designer internationally renowned. He received the Golden Compass Award eight times and 25 of his works are in the permanent design collection of the New York MoMA, which dedicated to him a personal retrospective in 1987. He was editor of Domus magazine (1985-1991) and he gives talks from all over the world. He has designed countless art, design and architecture exhibitions over the years, both in Italy and abroad. The last one is the first ever Giotto exibition (september 2015, Palazzo Reale, Milan).
Since the 1980’s, dedicating himself almost entirely to architecture, the manifold buildings he has designed include the Portello Trade Fair district in Milan, the Villa Erba Exhibition and Convention Centre in Cernobbio (Como), the Tokyo Design Centre in Japan, the Natuzzi America Headquarters in the United States, the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, the Deutsche Bank Headquartes in Frankfurt, the City History Museum of Bologna, the Department of Islamic Art at the Louvre in Paris, and the new Milan Convention Centre, the largest in Europe.
Projects currently underway are the refurbishing of the Brera Pinacoteca in Milan and of the International Airterminal of Roma-Fiumicino (2014-2016), the Erzelli Science and Technology Park in Genoa and the Generali Academy in Trieste (2015-2016). He has various projects at the design stage, among which, the “New Eco-City” of Zhenjiang in China (2013-2018) and a large Residential, Cultural and Sports Complex in Qatar (2014-2022).