Portuguese design reference, Boca do Lobo is debuting a brand-new concept in Oporto. The Boca do Lobo Design Gallery promises to showcase the brand’s legacy in an exclusive environment. Portuguese tradition and artistry can be sensed in each product while acquiring a more timeless and cosmopolitan touch.
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The contemporary brand has chosen a series of eclectic classics and novelties that merge functionality and aesthetics to a new level. Boca do Lobo has also partnered with a series of other brands to exude an even more detailed concept space. The result is a sophisticated setting which proves that all the furnishings of a large group of brands that have been created over the years can coexist with each other and create an incredible experience.
When you step inside this Design Gallery you feel as if you are in a high-end design gallery located in the streets of Paris, Milan or New York. The concrete walls, the pieces on display and the amazing surroundings provide an eclectic environment that is the ideal setting for presenting some of our most iconic pieces and all of our new releases.
The pieces chosen to be on display in this space emphasises Boca do Lobo‘s ability to push itself and explore new creative horizons using crafts, materials and artistic references from different parts of the world, but mainly from Portuguese Heritage.
One of the oldest cities in Europe, Porto is now the new design powerhouse. Right in the heart of the city the landmark that is the Torre dos Clérigos developed by Nicolau Nasoni, close by you will be able to experience the Maria Pia bridge, a work born from the partnership between the two great minds of Teófilo Seyrig and Gustave Eiffel.
Bathed by the Douro River, the magic and mysticism of this place are unquestionable. The river bathes the shores of the old city and at the same time is the birthplace of the many vineyards where grapes come from to produce the Iconic Porto Wine. You can visit the caves and experience the history and the variety of wines produced in the city.
From architecture to arts and music, Porto is now the place most favourable for startups to grow and an entrepreneurship hub, where you can combine the busy working life with the joy of its maritime weather combined with the tasty and traditional food. If you take this menu into consideration plus the genuine and welcoming people that make this city so warm and welcoming, the “Best European Destination” was a good win prize in the past year.
Azulejos (tiles), considered by most a heritage in Portuguese Culture, can be uncovered by the eyes of the most curious and if you have the pleasure to arrive by train at São Bento station prepared to be mesmerized by one of the many best-kept architectural secrets in Portugal.
Now, all eyes are on Porto! Rich in culture, people and heritage, we want to empower a debate not only in the city itself but also in the world. This debate will be focused on enhancing and extending Design and Craftsmanship and discuss the role and reinforcement of our role in all of this.