A new bloom raises in the land of metals and arts and crafts. A whimsical artwork of intricate flowers is born to challenge the traditional concepts of finest Craftsmanship, a unique piece embellished by the chiseling technique over a clean contemporary design. Find the full story here, on Boca do Lobo‘s Legacy Magazine – Special Designer’s Edition for free!
With a forward-thinking aesthetic and 50 hours of hard-work, merging the concept of art and design, breathtaking metal flowers were manually sculpted and applied in the brass sculpture of the original Erosion stool, from the design brand‘s collection. This is arts and crafts taken to a whole new level!
Driven to enhance the rich legacy of Arts and Crafts, In Bloom is inspired by natural elements which re-edit the ancestral the technique of chiseling in a present-day design object. This is furniture design taken to a very antique and professional level. The warm gold hue urges and the cold metal is transformed by tenderness as a floral poem, isn’t this handmade art absolutely marvelous?
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This one-of-a-kind item was conceived by the Culture for Arts and Crafts, a project supported by Covet Foundation where artisans, plastic artists, and designers keep alive the spirit of experimentation, by challenging manufacturing skills of finest Craftsmanship to create the most beautiful soulful pieces. Take a look at the other stools inspired by Erosion, made by Culture.
Ethereal Garden, the translucent artwork of glass flowers, is born to challenge the traditional concepts of the finest arts and crafts.