You have to imagine that in such a shell complex of an old building of more than 100 years, no standard and straight dimensions have been used. And because the perforation of the leather, the dotted pattern, had to continue, we couldn’t avoid customizing every tile. Well, every tile is an exaggeration, but within the 400 panels there are at least 20 variants. The corners in particular were a very complex task.
The result can certainly be seen. Like it’s always been like this. And for the sharp viewer, a world of surprise opens up when they discover that leather not only played the leading role 100 years ago, but that it now, albeit in a different way, also has a leading role in this ensemble of old to new.