PUJOLASOS: State-of-the- art wood technology for Olfactory Sculptures by Majda Bekkali

Pujolasos is delighted to introduce this solid egg shaped ash wood cap, stained Wenge, fitting an FEA standard bottle neck, specially designed for Majda Bekkali...

Pujolasos is delighted to introduce this solid egg shaped ash wood cap, stained Wenge, fitting an FEA standard bottle neck, specially designed for Majda Bekkali. « Our final touch? The erosion of the bespoke cap to guarantee this look, touch and feel” says Isabel Pujolasos, sales manager of the company. « We worked in deep collaboration with the customer on a great variety of designs and finishes”. The challenge was to adapt wood technology to sculpture, a challenge which was successfully taken up by Pujolasos and the luxury perfumery brand.

“Luxurious perfumes in exceptionally sculpted bottles, where art is a true meeting of the senses” is what Majda Bekkali declares about her luxury perfume collection. “The emotional power of scent extends to encompass visual beauty and tactile pleasure, where art is a form of sensory exploration” can be read on the web site. Nothing more natural than wood for “audacious perfumes blended from the rarest essences, the purest musk and the most precious woods.”

Wood has become an interesting alternative for luxury perfumery & cosmetic products. It is heavy, solid like glass and metal, can be easily customised without investing in expensive moulds, being therefore a creative and competitive option towards plastic. Producing complicated shapes is easy and this is a great advantage for designers; “La crème de la crème” for luxury packs: each cap is unique!

Majda Bekkali olfactory sculpture is an art, Pujolasos wood turning as well! A great meeting of art and technology for luxury perfumes.

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