For Imm Cologne 2018, Portuguese luxury brand Boca do Lobo, that’s best known for creating exclusive design pieces, is preparing a strong showing that will focus on the theme Minimal Maxilism. What does this mean? We’ll tell you.
As you know, Boca do Lobo has always been fascinated by the reinterpretation of the past through technology and contemporary practice. Each piece has a unique, timeless character, revealing an attention to the smallest details. For IMM Cologne 2018, they will present you with a new approach to their unique signature, with more clean lines and features, while maintaining the identity the world fell in love with.
A piece that will be present it’s the Empire Center Table. this product begs meaningful conversation and years of toasts, symbolizing the union of friendship and the celebration of life. Designed and built to make an impression and deliver an unmatched experience, this exquisite piece will add a breathtaking touch of elegance and glamour to your luxury living room.
You can also found at Imm Cologne the Lapiaz Sideboard, one of Boca do Lobo’s iconic design pieces. Based on the same aesthetic that created a legacy, the Lapiaz Sideboard takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. Consisting of two individual modules, the Lapiaz is finished in polished stainless steel that portrays a perfect mirror, with a poplar root wood veneer interior.
Following the concept of Minimal Maximalism let us show you the Cubic Sconces. This product follows this style and emerges as a tribute to this new style in vogue: the Minimalism grace of the design allied to the Maximalism strength of the material and foundry technique used will surely be the right choice for any kind of project.
The same goes for the Convex Metamorphosis Mirror that is more than just a simple piece of art. It represents a living tribute to the beauty of an uncompromised mindset, breaking creative boundaries and taking Boca do Lobo to unknown territories never explored before.
If you are going to IMM Cologne 2018, don’t forget to visit Boca do Lobo at Hall 11.1 | Stand – E041. See these and lots of other pieces there.