Published on : Friday, May 8, 2015
Hospitality and conviviality, relaxation and warmth: these are the words that best characterize Lema’s style. The colours, materials and, above all, their combinations, create furniture that subtly blends the elegance of contours with the refinement of the finishes.
At the Salone del Mobile, the brand offers a home in which natural materials like wood meet more contemporary ones, like glass and metal, which are treated in such a way as to transform into stylish items that are both warm and luxurious, while still never abandoning the linearity of contours and the usual thoughtfulness that characterizes Lema’s designs.
Reconfirmed the collaboration with Ferruccio Laviani who signs Tod, a furnishing accessory with an unusual lively twist: a pouf in fabric or leather, characterized by an organic shape where the details, recovered and the result faraway cultures, define the bold expressive character.
Ironic and funny, without excesses, Notch pouf by Johan Lindstén, young Swedish designer at his first collaboration with the company. It is perfect in home and contract spaces. Available in two sizes, small and large to use also paired, it stands out for the softness of the seat in fabric and sought-for details like the straps in aged natural leather, that exalts the brand’s passion for the care to details.
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