While one’s definition of luxury and a dream home may vary based on the sense of uniqueness and style, a home is always a statement for everyone. With that in mind, Boca do Lobo’s Luxury Houses ebook is a compilation of the brand’s most stunning and enjoyable residences! The brand new ebook displays the most exclusive furniture items, as well as the most creative décor ideas, from a trendy penthouse in Paris to a magnificent villa in St. Petersburg! Ready to get lost in our new ebook?
Take a look at Boca do Lobo’s Luxury Houses:
In Paris, the city of lights and the home of iconic design is nestled a luxurious and eclectic 1450 square feet apartment, by Boca do Lobo Design Studio. An apartment fit for the most creative minds, this project is one of the many homes of a prolific architect, who also dabbles in the art dealing world.
Characterized by its eclectic and contemporary architecture, Hong Kong, is the perfect place for Boca do Lobo Studio’s luxury loft. The open space loft, with a panoramic view of Victoria Harbor and the world-famous Hong Kong skyline, offers an unparalleled level of luxury and modernity. This exclusive open space loft provides its owners with sprawling rooms that share a cohesive design aesthetic and yet each has a unique and distinctive appeal.
This luxury house is an artful experience in the middle of New York City. A 1450 square feet contemporary New York Penthouse that reflects the owner’s love for collectible design and the client’s needs to have a functional workspace.
The 8.5 million, 500 m2 mansion in Russia, designed by Covet House, presents elegant bespoke interiors with a modern classic touch, and the perfect balance between statement handcrafted pieces and more neutral, functional elements. The result is a very comfortable home fit for the modern luxury lifestyle.
Surrounded by the quiet green forest, on the margins of the Douro river, we will find Covet House’s Luxury House in Oporto. A majestic Manor, one of the brands’ most ambitious projects with 25 impressive rooms, scattered through 3 floors, where history itself was written in the walls and engraved throughout the architecture of each of the rooms and exterior.