A vision of the future,
valuing the past
Studio Luca Bojola is a design and interior architecture company working in both contemporary and classic design. With almost three decades of experience collaborating with elite craftsmen, Luca Bojola partners with production companies to create objects and shape spaces that are timelessly beautiful. Luca Bojola also designs one-of-a-kind pieces crafted from precious and semi-precious materials.
Following the flow of events For Florentine-born Luca Bojola, design, craft and material have always traveled hand-in-hand. For almost 30 years, Bojola has created objects and shaped spaces that transcend boundaries, working with opposites and exploiting the creative tension that exists when classic and contemporary styles meet. Each one of Bojola's creations is at once bold and subtle, timelessly classical and refreshingly modern. He has worked with all the traditional materials, from his early explorations in ceramic, glass, metal, bronze and marble to his more recent work with semi-precious materials.
Luca Bojola's projects encompass private and public spaces, villas, restaurants, boutiques and exhibition areas across various continents including Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Bojola's creative path has been unconventional and iconoclastic. An elite athlete in high school competing for the Italian national rowing team, Bojola enrolled in medical school at the University of Florence. Four years later he left medicine and ventured into the world of craft and production to work with master glassblower Moretti in Murano, Venice. He then launched a self-produced line of decorative accessories. An avid sailor since childhood, in 1978 Bojola moved to St. Croix, U.S.Virgin Islands, to combine his love of water with his desire to create objects by taking on the role of artistic director for Artistic Ceramic Corporation, a gift-making workshop. Upon returning to Florence in 1983, Bojola opened Studio Luca Bojola in a converted barn located in the beautiful countryside minutes south of Florence.