On 17th April Lladró inaugurated their latest Milan Showroom during Milan Design Week. Lladro showcased at the showroom its spring/summer collection integrated into lifestyle proposals in a perfect combination with Boca do Lobo luxury furniture: two brands for one unique lifestyle. Take a look at the best Boca do Lobo’s coffee and side tables at the Lladró’s opening party.
Lladro unveils its new introductions once again focusing on innovation and design. The historic artistic porcelain brand, one of the greatest brands of Spanish luxury, presents a selection of new creations in different categories together with the unique designs of the prestigious Portuguese firm Boca do Lobo.
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The Lapiaz Family
The Lapiaz side table is a true luxury furniture piece, that boasts elegance and discerning taste.
Inspired by the Swan Lake Op. 20, ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Odette Sofa tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse. Its sweeping silhouette is accentuated with a polished brass structure and an asymmetric back offers a sophisticated design and timeless appeal.
Inspired by the karst formations and cracks found on the surface of limestone and dolomite rocks, the Lapiaz family features a minimalist geometric exterior surface, which by contrast is met with an organic and rich inside. Its reflective surface, made from clean-cut mirror, and brass sheets guarantee an inexplicable attraction, which fills any space with energy.
Eden Side Table
Eden is inspired by the mystic behind the name. This side table represents a part of the tree of knowledge and the tale of the birth of desire. Fully made of polished casted brass, with a delicately engraved top exposing the heart of a golden tree to the very heart of a home.
Nº11 Chair was carefully developed to enhance your dining experience, providing you with the best quality seating solutions. Handsomely crafted from solid brass, this modern chair is also available is three different colors, combining an avant-garde approach with classic and emblematic lines.