I would imagine that luthiers are more interested in the tension of the sets more than building with a certain brand in mind. I imagine they are more concerned with how much they can drive a top, without choking it. The set that the OP mentioned are their medium tension, well as medium as they get.
If tried a lot of strings, and some combinations, or even full sets sometimes, sound good on a variety of guitars. When you get a string set like that, and you put it on a super good, hand built instrument, watch out!
Still don’t be afraid to experiment with strings, you won’t hurt anything, and you are likely to find something you like better.
Listen to your strings on your guitar, and think about if you could change anything, what would it be. But, if your guitar sounds perfect to you, then I guess your search is over lol.