Inside Bottega Venetaâ€™s sleek new Boston boutique
Creative director Tomas Maier is often credited with taking the luxury leather company Bottega Veneta back to the basics. He refined the brandâ€™s aesthetic, removed flashy labels, and brought an emphasis back to quality and craftsmanship.
Maier has shown the same practiced precision in his store design, most recently with a new shop in Bostonâ€™s Back Bay neighborhood. The 2,500-square-foot boutique is located in the Heritage on the Garden, a historic building that spans one city block and houses other luxury brands like Christofle and HermÃ¨s. Here Maier stayed true to Bottegaâ€™s signature details: Door handles are covered in leather, walls are sheathed in Ultrasuede, and furniture is upholstered in luxe mohair. In a sleek, minimalist style, walnut cabinets display small leather goods, while industrial-style steel shelving exhibits the brandâ€™s hallmark intrecciato leather bags.
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