The leathers, engraved on by using laser technologies, come from all over the world and are not part of the typical industrial circuit of leather goods: that would be far from us, in terms of philosophy and sensitivity.
What we carry out on leathers is a sort of "palingenesis", a regeneration, without intervening neither on the colour nor on the shape, in respect of the life they have represented.
The leathers proudly show the action that time generates on their surfaces, a sort of spontaneous ornament, representing the true charm of our project: the beauty of imperfection.
Our design process is characterized by a deep mix between manual artistic creation and technological innovation.
Drawing cities is an artistic process of reduction from the real city image to an almost abstract structure: the result is a geometric mosaic where daily life and art meet.
Subsequently the skin is going to be laser-cut to extract its shapes and manually cleaned to eliminate all imperfections. It is like to remove, to then create.
Putting the geographic coordinates is the last step of a very long process.
Cities have always been a surface of writing, a place and a non-place in our existence. For this reason, we like imagining the union of these two different organic elements: the leather and the city. As William Shakespeare wrote: "What are the cities, if not people?"