Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) is among the most internationally famous Spanish architects, and his unorthodox approach is still considered ground-breaking to this day.
He was closely involved with all the decorative elements of his projects, including furniture. BD understood modern designers’ appreciation for Gaudí’s furniture, and was the first company to rescue these historical artefacts, creating a handcrafted series of reproductions using the same materials, varnished solid oak, including a whole wealth of details used in the manufacture of the originals.
At BD contemporary creations have always gone hand-in-hand with those of the revered classical masters. Its re-editions of designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Adolf Loos, Josef Hoffmann and Giuseppe Terragni were already very well known. However, even more outstanding is the work behind the first production of the fascinating furniture created by Gaudí for some of his more iconic works.