Oporto is a beautiful city you can find in the north of Portugal. It has recently been elected the best European destination. One of the main reasons why so many love this city is because it has the ability to inspire everyone. Hence there is no wonder that there are Buffets and Cabinets inspired in its story and culture.
Intricately designed, this cutting edge piece was inspired by our city and the rhythmic undulating of its black slate rooftops and building facades.
Through reflection ingredients such as irony, drama and extravagance were added and Oporto came to life.
With a focus on authenticity and quality, we produced this piece that is as true to form as it is to function, reflecting a refined sense of luxury and character that only improves with time.
Its colors are inspired in the city’s football team – Futebol Clube do Porto, which is blue. Below you can see a picture of the Dragon Stadium.
Another piece inspired in Oporto culture is the Majestic Sideboard. Find out the origins!
The Majestic Café, designed by architect João Queiróz and inspired in the works of his master Marques da Silva, is still one of the most beautiful and meaningful examples of Art Nouveau in Porto.
The building, implanted in the corner between Santa Catarina street and Passos Manuel street in 1916, included already a reference to establishments oriented towards the pedestrian street, as it is also mentioned in the reconstruction description.
More than just a Café, the Majestic tells the history of Oporto. The Oporto of the twenties, of political gatherings and discuss of new ideas. It was also the Belle Epoch period, a time of writers and artists. To honor this period and this emblematic Café, Boca do Lobo designed Majestic.
This is a modern black sideboard, highly stylish, that provides a generous amount of storage space without being too imposing. It is a unique piece of furniture that lends an attractive presence to any room. Four flush doors open discreetly to the interior of the piece where you will find elegant drawers and functional shelving.
Hand carved wood garland drapes the sideboard and functions as the doors pulls. The piece is framed in particleboard, which gives the black high gloss lacquer finish its textured appearance.