Inspired by the popular Brazilian musical genre, the BOSSA NOVA collection by Pepa Reverter for BOSA includes three different tables named after bossa nova jazz artists, including Joao Gilberto, Vinícius de Moraes and Elis Regina. Overlapping geometric forms make up tables of various shapes, small tribal totems that play with a kaleidoscope of colors or the black and white contrast of patterns and decorations. While the black and white version fits perfectly into any contemporary interior, the colored version will bring joy to your space. Danilo Cascella has chosen for its Premium Store the black and white version but if you want the color version don't hesitate to contact us.
PEPA REVERTERPepa Reverter graduated in engraving from the Llotja School of Applied Arts, followed by a degree in sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona, and finally a Masters in video and television at the Polytechnic of Barcelona. His academic preparation ranges from some of the oldest forms of communication to the most modern, a journey linked to the timeless need to make sense of the world through art and stories. He works for Jaume Coscuella and Magí Baleta, engravers of the work of Joan Miró, Jaume Plensa, Xavier Grau and Garcia Sevilla.
He worked as a visual artist, illustrator, designer, ceramist, professor, photographer, videographer; Pepa Reverter works at TV3, illustrating for the International Herald Tribune, designing ceramic pieces for Bosa, design for BD Barcelona and many other roles in between. He often collaborates with his partner, the creative director of the power plant, Ramón Ubeda, with whom he created his fantastic shared space in the @ 22 district of Barcelona.
The creativity of Pepa Reverter has a purpose, the purpose is what motivates his explorations with color and form, creating a state of mind, invoking a memory or mixing an emotion.