Boca do Lobo Reinvents Contemporary Style in 2017

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A dynamic process of innovation, of both technology and design, forces us into a continual reinterpretation of the brand. Aspects of our philosophy also remain constant: the high quality of the final product is always a priority. All this is translated into our consistent search for anything that can bring more value to our pieces, adding and reinventing in new contexts to provide the best.
“Each handmade piece of furniture is a medley of various materials. The workshop now spawns an expanding range of custom-made and limited edition furniture that blends futuristic vision with almost-forgotten artisan techniques.”

This year we have launched 10 new pieces. Each one represents a main character in the story Boca do Lobo is telling. A visual plot that allies timeless elegance and refinement to a constant transformation in the creative process, proving an adaptation to a contemporary language while preserving their deep origins in the Portuguese culture.
Inspired by the contrast of aesthetics, romanticism of practicity, perfection of imperfection and the balance of Minimal Maximalism, Boca do Lobo brings up contemporary design and Portuguese tradition with the release of eleven new designs. With more product typologies, we strength new fields such as lighting and upholstery, offering interior designers a plenty of options for their projects.
“Regarding new products, we have a plenty of options that were developed in order to complement some of our needs, such as lighting and seating. New wall lamps were presented, where materials such as brass had thrived, as well as two new sofas – one is a reinterpretation of the classic Chesterfield Armchair, entirely produced with leather; and another one, the Imperfectio Sofa incorporates brass and it praises artisanal work as the ultimate form of art that is quite intentionally imperfect.

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