El metal tranformado en joya
<transcy>Nature Made Jewel</transcy>
This collection seeks to transform metal into Jewel to try to capture the beauty and detail of nature, and at the same time share a message of preservation of our environment, remembering that if we do not take care of it, perhaps these are the last leaves or flowers that we can contemplate in the future. These candongas try to capture the process of the leaves when they begin to dehydrate
Fragments of our environment, glances at nature: the petálos of a dahlia, the part of an orchid, a drop of water or feelings like a tear, are reflected in this piece
A modern vision of the beauty of a flower, its lightness, movement, shape and color that is behind this natural component as it is our design reference for this collection.
The movement of geometric figures, their lines with a feeling of continuity, lightness, fluidity and precision.
The idea of this collection came to Luisa Soto from wanting to pay homage to her father in life, and that is why she begins to observe the shape of the letter S of her surname and begins to investigate its meanings and what it was related to, finding that said letter is related to the breadth of consciousness or the narrowness of ideas. In other words, if you are a closed-minded person, you will not accept opinions different from yours. Fortunately in this case we are open-minded, observing in this letter a relationship of continuity like the symbol of infinity. And with all this he begins to handle the spirals in various ways, which seek to convey the idea of continuity of having an open mind to change.
Admiration and attraction for the sea, its grandeur and beauty, seeking to represent a part of it.
Waves are produced thanks to the force that the wind exerts on the water, creating those beautiful ripples.