JARDÍN DE AIRE
The history of the collection centers on the Lankester botanical garden in Costa Rica and its prodigious orchids because they live “on air” and on light, ascending the tree trunks, without “parasitizing” them or causing damage, which represents a principle of sustainability. The collection’s “aerial”, light and ascending character suggests images that transmit verticality, vitality and freshness. The green color is in the plants; the water drops are reminiscent of brilliants and the warmth is provided by the skin and the colour contrast that highlights the white and green harmony of the collection. It is about creating a micro-landscape that suggests and inspires, which takes us to a jewelry garden through the details: the profile of a leaf, the color of a flower, the verticality, the light of the image.