Seminars, workshops, hundreds of products on show, technology and design, ASLA is all this. It is the largest trade fair in the world dedicated to landscape architecture, many notable examples New Orleans itself. Designed by Adrian de Pauger in 1721, the Vieux Carré, or French Quarter, still represents – despite the modern skyscrapers dominating the skyline in the background – the beating heart of this lively Louisiana city, with the typical buildings showing the signs of previous French influence. Among these, it is worth mentioning the extraordinary cast iron verandas of the LaBranche Building, whose shape reminds of the first Neri reproductions. Over the decades – without betraying our origins – the company has been deeply renovated and today we design and manufacture several street furniture series as well as state-of-the-art lighting systems. Those who will have the chance to visit our stand will see it for themselves: on show we will have classical style elements, alongside contemporary products conceived by famous designer. Don't miss out, we look forward to seeing you.