Hender Scheme is entering a new era of the brand’s life and the first chapter was the introduction of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified concept last month, a futuristic car perfect for today’s consumer’s demands.
Still rooted in its heritage, the Japanese brand continues to innovate. This time Hender Scheme virtually visualizes the interior of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified, which features an exceptional design, with many creative hints. A whole new driver’s experience.
The car’s interiors will be made of the brand’s signature material, vegetable tanned leather and fits accordingly to the Lexus’ design. This is a textile that changes over time: the colors vary, the textures soften and it develops an unique patina. According to Hender Scheme, the election of this material will allow the owner and driver to develop a connection with the car as it changes over time.
To recap, Hender Scheme is a quality handcrafted leather goods label based in Tokyo (Japan) founded by designer Ryo Kashiwazaki. Craftsmanship and attention to detail are not missing this time either. The Lexus’ seats will be crafted from durable, supple and fine horse leather.
For the moment, Hender Scheme hasn’t revealed any more surprises but we will be watching out. In the meantime, stay tuned with us for more design news.