This exotic piece was inspired by nature and its forms and functions. With the intention to reinterpret the outdoors and bring it inside, the structure of this unique piece is made of wood which is then layered with stainles steel and an overlay of a stylized black lacquer branch fretwork. The base is carved from mahogany and the interior is compartmentalized with angling shelves covered in gold leaf finished with a translucent orange high gloss varnish.
W. 140 CM | 54,6” H. 160 CM | 62,4” D. 55 CM | 21,5”
Innovative yet sublime this piece of art was designed in true BL style. Reminiscent of a group of pebbles forming a sculptural like composition at the bottom of a river, this ultra lux screen is fashioned from nineteen pieces of fiberglass filled with expandable polyurethane and finished in gold leaf with gloss varnish.
W. 201 CM | 79,1” H. 145 CM | 57,1” D. 14 CM | 5,5”
Fulvio Bonavia is a based Milan artist. He is also an award-winning advertising and editorial photographer known for his uniquely inventive imagery. In 2010, he was selected Photographer of the Year by the Mobius Awards.
He has used food to create haute couture apparel inspired by designers such as Alexander McQueen and Prada; crafted jewelry, accessories, handbags, and shoes out of edible elements for his book A Matter of Taste; and produced advertising images for clients like Pirelli, Montblanc, Sony and Adidas.
As possible?? a single sideboard created in real Ice
watch this video!
6400 liters of water!!!!
> making process
> original piece
An inspiring example for Portugal and the world of design. Boca do Lobo Studio is once again among the best design of the world, after the selection of Pixel Cabinet as one of the top 500 decór pieces by AD Choice, a special edition published by the German Architectural Digest.
In the late 80’s the Brazilian graffiti scene began to draw acclaim. It was in 1987 that “Os Gémeos” drew their first lines, and in the same year another artist from São Paulo started as well, Eduardo Kobra. While the “Os Gémeos” are already famous in the world, Kobra is only now beginning to make his international name.
Eduardo Kobra likes to call himself a street artist, he is more like a muralist, but he really don’t care for labels. His works are gigantic and can take a whole wall or building. He combines original mural painting (inspired by artists like the Mexican painters and designs of the North American Eric Grohe) with the characteristics of good design and skilled neo-realistic painting.
Beautiful, captivating and functional they certainly are. ReBaroque is taking us in an exciting new direction when it comes to art in the home.
It is a natural occurrence for music to go hand in hand with making art. Rebecca Paul and Mikal Hameed have taken their love for the medium one step further by making it the focal point of their latest collaboration, ReBaroque.
Paul and Hameed scour the streets to find wood to use inside the frames and around the speakers. As for the fabric that gives the sound frames their bespoke look, only scraps or remnant cloth are used.
As the name suggests, the finished product is a marriage of a classic baroque frame in an unconventional color, one of a kind fabric, discarded pieces of wood, and speakers. The result? Exclusive Sound Panels, an utterly modern concept made possible by pieces of the past. They use vintage baroque frames, found pieces of wood, remnants of fabric, and found/discarded speakers (although, each piece does consist of one brand new speaker to ensure quality in sound).
While the majority of the elements that make up Rebaroque‘s sound frames are reclaimed, there’s one thing they will make an exception on. They often use found or reclaimed speakers that function beautifully, but at this point every frame has one speaker that is new to ensure good sound quality.
Today Boca do Lobo wants to share with you all the work of Lichtfacktor, a collective of exclusive light painting, performers, photographers and media artists.
Lichtfacktor are constantly pioneering into new territories of expression. At Lichtfacktor creative lab, elements ranging from light painting photography, media art instalations and interactive media performances blend into an exciting experience.
Lichtfacktor Design is born from the collaborative work of the specialised artists at Lichtfacktor creative lab. Experimentation and the combining of different disciplines is what keeps them going.
They want their creations to be extraordinary and unique. That is why they keep on developing tools that take them ever further towards new challenges.
The world has changed a lot since Pablo Picasso made his first experiments of painting with light, using a simple torch. Today, the artist collective Lichtfaktor rooted in urban street art, constantly keeps experimenting with light painting photos, pushing the envelope towards contemporary means of expression.
A variety of light writing that they developed over the years enables them to work space like a painter works on a canvas. Using light as a material for art, they work at night, often in urban surroundings, to create graffiti made of moving light sources. Invisible to the normal eye, a photo camera at long exposure makes our magic visible. That is how they create exclusive light painting photos.
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After a huge success with Heritage Cabinet and its honor to the hand painted tiles Portuguese history, Boca do Lobo, Limited Edition now presents an Heritage Sideboard. This Heritage sideboard version present you a different number layers, were each one tell you different story. You will have an Heritage going through different times and centuries, together in a final panel.
In the different layers you will find different tiles paintings inspired in different periods of Portuguese history taken from different historic buildings like convents or old colleges.
Inside this sideboard you will find a gold leaf interior, that will make you remember the historical buildings referred before, which normally presented interiors with a lot of ornaments and gold. With Heritage Sideboard tales still coming with tiles.
Eden is inspired by the mystic behind the name. This center table represents a part of the tree of knowledge and the tale of the birth of desire.
Structure made in Mahogany, fully plated in polished brass with it’s top delicately engraved, exposing the heart of a golden tree to the very heart of a home.
Available set of 2 center tables and a side table version. Brushed brass, stained brass, polished copper, brushed copper, stained copper
BIG W. 162 CM | 63,78” H. 36 CM | 14,17” D. 112 CM | 44,09”
SMALL W. 125 CM | 49,21” H. 30 CM | 11,81” D. 94 CM | 37,01”
SIDE W. 45 CM | 17,72” H. 50 CM | 19,69” D. 36 CM | 14,17”