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Milan Design Week is about to begin and we have a couple of novelties for the event, among them a review of what many brands will be showing off at the event. One of those brands is Boca do Lobo, with a promise of a pop of colour for their upcoming showcase.
For Milan Design Week this year, Boca do Lobo will be showcasing 10 new design concepts of 2019 along with the most wanted pieces of the exclusive Limited Edition Collection. You will be able to find this brand at xLux Hall, which will consist of a stand with 900m2, fully personalized with dramatic curves and lines in a wide range of furniture, soft fabrics composed by neutral colours and handmade techniques you will be able to see for yourself. Inside this stand, you will be able to find two lounge areas, an exquisite dining room, and an elegant work office and game room.
Among the main furniture peices, you can find from Boca do Lobo in Milan Design Week we highlight these: the Lumière Family, the Pietra Family, the Triptico Suspension Lamp, the Filigree Ring Mirror and the Pixel Walnut.
Born from the rich tradition of iron forging and skilled goldsmiths, the chandelier above is a soulful piece with classic distinction for outstanding private residences. A ground-breaking collectable design for present-day luxe and timeless statement.
The Pietra Family, on the other hand, was carefully carved in Boca do Lobo workshops, conceiving a soulful statement dining table ideal for elegant and refined dining rooms, shaping a timeless experience through its classical aura reminding the renaissance era and finest Estremoz white marble.
Next, we have a suspension lamp composed by a set of three black pendant lights with an adjustable arrangement and hanged by a round structure. You definitely notice the dark brass external finish pair on the product with a precious polished brass internal coating.
The Filigree Ring mirror resorts to one of the oldest jewellery making techniques known, being completely handcrafted, with each brass cord fitted with precision. This mirror serves as a homage to Portuguese culture and commitment as well as to their fine arts and crafts.
Last but not least we have the Pixel Cabinet made out of 1088 triangles effectively combining an exceptional walnut root veneer, gold leaf, black lacquer, with a textured composition.
So if you’re going to be present at Salone del Mobile, be sure to check out Boca do Lobo’s (as well as other prestige luxury brands’) amazing stand and furniture at Stand E08 and D07 on Hall 04.