With Hyllie Terrace, Hederström and Swedese demonstrate how to tell a real story through the use of leather. By redefining luxury through a sustainable and environmental point of view, Hyllie Terrace sets a new standard in interior design and it’s an invitation to embrace the art of circular living.
“The goal was to create a space that feels alive and evolving, where wear and tear are seen as positive transformations within the materials,” Hederström adds.
“It’s very cool to see the possibilities of how waste material can and should be used; by initiating this, Elmo has been able to recognize the beauty of sustainable design. In interior design projects like these, there’s always an upscaling of how we can use the material in a more sustainable way. The challenge is that it takes a little more time, costs a bit more in labor to source and manage the materials, but in the end, we believe that it will be possible to streamline the process. That’s where Elmo and I aligned,” Hederström finishes.