The Perfectly Imperfect Emporium Chair By Boca do Lobo
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Boca do Lobo is not an unfamiliar name among design aficionados. The affinity towards palpable theatricality, the artistic experimentation, and the unapologetic panache are what makes the brand a force to reckon with. A favorite at design events like Milan Design Week, Maison et Object, ICFF @ New York etc, Boca do Lobo has managed to capture both the home and commercial space.
The Emporium Chair is the latest offering from Boca do Lobo and like all their offerings, this one too contravenes conventions. Encouraging imperfection, the tongue in cheek design will resonate with those who like their furniture to be fun and funky. This hand-crafted chair has been designed by Marco Costa who seeks inspiration from the Surrealist movement. Emporium is also available in two different versions: finished in gold plated or copper plate and both focus on the thought that there is beauty in imperfection.
Says Boca do Lobo: “A sense of fun and frivolity pervades this chair, but this exclusive piece also manages to be sophisticated, thought provoking and (above all) finely handcrafted. An example of utmost level of both skill and imagination combined to create an exceptionally unique object that will stand out in any room.”