About B.S.L Labs
B.S.L Labs was founded in 1871 in the subterranean tunnels of Moscow by Boris S. Lyubochka. Repressed by
communism and ridiculed by friends and family, Mr. Lyubochka kept his inventions a secret in hope of one
day making a difference in the world. In 1925 Boris immigrated to Amsterdam and met his future wife Ingrid
Gudenheim and together they opened a small bakery. No longer repressed, Boris' ideas came forward more than
With the success of the family bakery, Mr. Lyubochka now had steady funding to create his inventions. He began
building prototypes of the ideas he had conceived of over the past 54 years and was soon considered among
the upper echelon of Dutch inventors. In the spring of 1927 with the funding of private investors, Boris S.
Lyubochka moved B.S.L labs to Reykjavik, Iceland where it still stands today.
Sadly in the fall of 1927, our founding father died of natural causes in his sleep. He left behind a legacy of
ideals and principals that we proudly follow to this day. His grandson, Boris Lyubochka III is our current CIO
(Cheif Invention Officer).
To view some of Boris S. Lyubochka's original inventions, please view our Historical Inventions area.