The new Larsen collection blends organic abstraction and Japanese inspiration in an architectural collection that renews the studio’s admired signature. The new artistic director, Béatrice Bostvironnois, offers a mid-century modern vision, expanding her language and palette for a new era.
The Lido takes its inspiration from the 18th century Rezzonico chandelier. From this iconic design, it was the Bossette – the small blown Murano glass elements encasing the arms and perfectly fitting together – that intrigued designer and architect, Bruno Moinard. Fascinated by the beauty of this detail, its marvel, and its versatility, Moinard pulled this glass element from the Rezzonico bouquet, magnified it, and gave it a new contemporary interpretation.
The pure design and versatile nature of the Lido collection inspires infinite design possibilities. The structural system was designed to adapt to an endless array of dimensions, compositions, and interior design requirements.
A singular journey unfolds its surprises while crossing unbridled imaginations and invents new mythical figures. Colors lead these countercurrent fictions endlessly about. New voluminous 3Ds, marvelous playlets teeming with details, very Thai interpretations of incredible weaves, fusing silks and bohemian raffias…