L O T U S Dense mud, sludge, darkness. In the depths where the sun barely reaches, a lotus is born. The green rhizome slowly pierces the swampy ground, shoots upward, graces the light. Eventually it pierces the water mirror and lazily spreads out on the surface. Now it reveals itself only in its magnificence: bright pink, soft white and sunny yellows. After sunset, it closes its inflorescence, submerges underwater and self-cleanses, to show its majesty again at dawn. They say it is a divine plant.
The lotus has made itself a symbol. The transition from darkness to light, from ugliness to beauty, from the bottom to the top poignantly conveys the human struggle: the pursuit of purpose, the need for purification and the belief in being reborn again and again.
The "Lotus" collection reinterprets this extraordinary plant: avoiding literalism, it refers to the abstract compositions naturally created by the flowers. The forms are regular
and decisive in expression: sharp cuts and precise grooves dominate.