Leather goods label
Custom furniture in quarter-circle and semi-circle shapes, a triangular guardrail, and elongated shelves that emulate convergence lines sculpt out forms and a sense of intrigue within the otherwise plain, rectangular space. Each geometric item is covered in natural, terracotta-dyed leather. The sensuous, living material is both light- and time-sensitive, meaning it will age and develop its own patina and character over time. All other surfaces are glossy and white, providing further visual and textural contrast to the warm leather.
Dubois’ interior reflects Reina’s design inspirations, the largest of which is geometry, expressed via forms such as packaging, die-cutting and origami. Reina says of the brand – “Simple items without pretention. Quasi-industrial shapes, a mass-produced aesthetic yet commissioned to the highest quality according to an artisanal tradition.”
The boutique negates any unnecessary detail or embellishment, taking a step back from the traditional iconography associated with luxury