One of the advantages of chatting with exhibitors at fairs and shows is to know the history and signatures of the furniture and objects that we like. That happened to me at DecorAcción 2013. Chatting with Maite Guerra, from Home Design International, about the beautiful lanterns that were in the Patio de las Letras of the Vincci Soho, I met Italian lighting brand that I loved, and its outdoor collection Muse so de Contardi.
In a extensive catalog Having both indoor and outdoor lights, I have noticed the outdoor lanterns, which are very large and very decorative. Many will think that they are classic lanterns in XXL version, but they are not like that, but a modern design version of traditional lanterns.
Designed by Tristan Auer, a French designer who has an impressive curriculum, from working with Cartier to Philippe Starck and giving his creations a very naive sixties dot. I loved the Muse collection because I find that they combine with any environment. You can choose them from the ceiling, on the floor (as they were in the installation of Maria of the Osa and Artext in the Vincci Soho), standing or on a table.
Tradition and modernity in versatile lighting, Muse So de Contardi.