The creative team has brought in renowned architects and designers such as Benedetta Tagliabue, Jaime Hayon, Manel Molina, Mario Ruiz and Oscar Tusquets Blanca, responsible for reintroducing rattan into the collections in 2008, catering to an undimmed Mediterranean tradition. They are all largely responsible for the international success of design products that boast a contemporary feel while preserving their “authenticity,” as the firm describes it.
Tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and sustainability, quality and good design are the hallmarks of this leading enterprise. Its pieces are exhibited in museums and have garnered recognition and awards. It makes furniture for indoors and outdoors, for private homes and contract projects, for exclusive hotels, restaurants, bars and gastropubs. The company was also responsible for the interiors of the Spanish Pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan.
The Laso family credo is to keep the cultural values of its own heritage alive in the face of constant, often unexpected social change, along with a resolution to assimilate the good and eliminate the superfluous and the ugly as it embraces the future.
“We like that our furniture speaks well of us. We want to express purity, simplicity, welfare and ethics associated with our region. We intend to promote products marked with a Mediterranean character, spreading the culture behind them.”
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