Posted on June 04 2018
Finding the perfect luxury design piece to compliment your setting or your project can sometimes seem like a challenge. We understand this. That's why our expert staff are on hand: in order to assist you with any questions or queries you may have, and to help make your luxury design journey as smooth as possible. If you're looking for inspiration for your lighting and design projects, one place you can find this is by looking at how bands and designs you like have been featured in lighting and design projects before. Here we take a look at some of Boca Do Lobo's most revered designs placed and used in all of their glory.
Palais FG (Austria) Vienna-based architect and designer Denis Košutić views interior architecture as a subject of consumption, not a monument to eternity. With that in mind he redesigned the interior of a Baroque Austrian Palace, providing the history-rich landmark with a contemporary twist and turning it into a cheerful, exuberant place.
The renewed interior architecture of this palace features a golden wallpaper, pink colourful curtains, and exciting bright sofas with some of Boca Do Lobo's most iconic pieces: the sublime Newton Dining Table, the heavenly Eden Center Table and a couple of Pixel Bar Cabinets. Some of these products might have been imagined or envisaged placed alone, but in this case the combination elegantly fuses a lot of egos into a single, majestic room. To put it simply: this is an exceptional interior design project that takes a sublime taste and a lot of imagination.
Private Residence (St. Petersburg) This interior architecture project by Ekaterina Lashmanovoy displays a lot of elegance and, above all, taste. “Being an architect by education, I pay a lot of attention to space planning,"Lashmanovoy states. "In an ill-conceived layout it’s uncomfortable to live and, in this case, the decor will not save it.” For the living room, a beautiful creamy sofa is joined by navy blue mid-century armchairs and a pair of Wave Center Tables provide the final golden touch. “I’m impressed by the Portuguese designers”,Lashmanovoy admits, “Everything they do is very fashionable and relevant. What this interior needs!”
Casa Decor Madrid (Spain) Pepe Leal is Spanish designer in love with Portugal, a place that he considers to be “a sophisticated, elegant country.” It's for this reason he was chosen (and accepted the challenge) to be responsible for the Portuguese Space at Casa Décor Madrid in 2016, that for a month and a half served as a window to Portugal in the Spanish capital. The Heritage Sideboard serves as a testimony to Portuguese tiling, created by Boca do Lobo in order to honour this timeless craft, also known as “Azulejos”. The piece presents a different number of layers, and each one tells a different story - an idea that's quite fitting considering the nature of the project.
Countryside Residence (Italy) The interior architecture of this Italian countryside residence, by Ukrainian firm Diff-Studio, is an exquisite combination of classic and contemporary style. The interior is dominated by light accents that create a feeling of airiness and a sense of space. For the hallway, a custom gold-leafed Diamond Emerald sideboard was chosen to enhance the luxurious feel of the whole interior architecture of the countryside residence. The more you look the more you find it charming, as there’s a little bit of everything here: from mid-century floor lamps, gorgeous Italian-style sofas, whimsical chandeliers and a lot of beautiful and bold elements that combine with each other in perfect harmony.
Lakeside Villa (Switzerland) Located within Domaine du Lac, on the banks of Lake Geneva in Switzerland, this contemporary villa serves as a family residence with an interior architecture conceived by interior designer and luxury lifestyle purveyor Eric Kuster. The home is custom finished to the highest of standards, with over 10,000 square feet spread over three levels. For the living room, coppery sofas were joined by a golden Eden Center Table that seems to have fallen from heaven to fit just where it has always belonged.