As only the best muses can do, Bilou Bilou has entered the hearts and minds of artists and collectors as an object of worship and veneration. For this reason, since 2015, Promemoria has included in its collection new interpretations of the Bilou Bilou chair, by renowned architects and designers from all over the world.
The wide variety of designs and finishes proposed demonstrates the high level of creativity and expertise of all the international professionals involved in the project and, last but not least, the versatility of Bilou Bilou, a chair with a strong and original shape yet able to take on thousands of different souls.
The artists involved in Los Angeles in 2015 were: Joan Behnke, Antonino Buzzetta, Timothy Corrigan, Cliff Fong, Adam Hunter, Mary McDonald, Amanda Nisbet and David Phoenix.
New York artists who reinterpreted Bilou Bilou were: Geoffrey Bradfield, Magness Design, Patrick Dragonette, Penny Drue Baird of Dessins, DHD Architecture + Design, Inson Dubois Wood, Lori Margolis, Bradley Theodore and Iris Dankner.
In 2015 artists involved in Russia were: Alexander Glikman, Maxim Languev, Alexandra Vertinskaya, Catherine Levallois, Dima Loginoff, Maria Nevskaya and Tatiana Mironova.
In 2016 in London Bilou Bilou was reinterpreted by: Alexander Purcell Rodrigues, Ashley Hicks, Mark Lee, Martin Waller, Steven Payne, Weeks & Cowling.
Finally, in 2018, artists involved in Paris were: Alexandra de Garidel, Bruno Borrione & Astrid Dieterlen, Elliott Barnes, Isabelle Stanislas, Pierre Yves Rochon, Patrick Gilles & Dorothée Boissier, Stephanie Coutas, Sybille de Margerie.