New Ways to Hide


Proving that it’s one of the most versatile materials of all, leather is being embellished and reinterpreted in ever-more inventive ways. Texture plays a big part: Whistler Leather has introduced a woven product for furniture, upholstery and walls, while the Ricamo collection by Studioart (available from Rubelli/Donghia) is delicately embroidered – pictured is ‘Daisy’, used as a wallcovering. Studioart’s tannery also produces leathers for Italy’s finest fashion houses, yet more proof of the closer link between apparel and interiors. Edelman, meanwhile, focuses on soft, strong and natural hides for its Whole Grain collection.

Edelman, Second Floor, Centre Dome
Rubelli/Donghia, Ground Floor, Design Centre East
Whistler Leather, Second Floor, South Dome

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