The Portuguese furniture brand Boco do Lobo, with its divisions dedicated to the various environments of the home and to children’s furniture, has coined the Minimal-Massimalism trend for its latest catalogue. Relying on a national network of skilled artisans, specialised in working with an infinite array of materials, from wood to brass, tiles, marble and lacquers, offers a multi-coloured catalogue of luxury furniture for both the home and contract furniture segments. The designs are created with an endless range of different shapes and finishes to make the pieces in the collections special and the finished products reveal their creators’ calm confidence, as they boldly contaminate elements and take inspiration from the widest range of sources. Their works therefore have a contemporary feel, conveyed by both a bulimic proliferation of styles, and the figurative repertoire, which develops by tapping into various reference areas without heeding the procedures traditionally associated with these. In furniture too, the industry is now breathing in that air of freedom which has shuffled the cards on the table for successful fashion brands such as Gucci, whose talented designer Alessandro Michele reveals that he is motivated by an insatiable curiosity for all types of artistic expression.