Published on : Friday, June 3, 2016
Continuing their expansion plans in Asia, Lema introduced a new flagship store in Pune, one of the quickly emerging metropolitan cities in India. The company is willing to open up to those markets where the made in Italy represents an additional and indispensable value.
The prestigious partner of this project is Spazio, one of India’s largest multi-brand luxury furniture stores. Unique also to the location are the new Trump Towers, first project of the Trump brand in India. Two luxurious residential towers of 23 levels, offer an incomparable view of the city and host 46 exclusive flats, one for each floor, with interiors conceived by Matteo Nunziati, Milanese architect and designer who has designed different pieces for Lema, such as the Glance cabinet and the Kaiwa sofa. On the ground floor, beside the new Lema flagship store, the building hosts an art gallery.
The new store, developed on over 250 m2 surface, addresses to designers, architects and contractors who will find a well prepared partner in Lema, able to interpret and translate every projects, but above all, functional necessity thanks to custom-made solutions. The opening has been celebrated with a grand event attended by renowned architects, interior designers, international magazines and prominent Indian businessmen.
The large space, completely dedicated to the presentation of the brand’s system and collections, shows different night and day ambiances presenting the Lema Home: refuge of the soul, space thought like a tailor-made dress free of constraints, inspired to a lifestyle away from clamour and pretentiousness, devoted to utmost emotional comfort. A soft allure traces the boundaries where luxury always remains in the background, while a relaxed atmosphere stands out, charming for its impeccable quality and gracefulness of the single pieces. Creations thought to live in harmony, but able to freely and naturally adapt to every home, worldwide.
The company’s DNA, bound to the production of made-to-measure systems is expressed inside the showroom thank to Selecta by Officinadesign Lema and T030 by Piero Lissoni and from the walk-in-closet Hangar always by Lissoni, along with different declination of the Made-to-measure Wardrobe program. Beside them, the Lema House story is assigned by some of the most recent brand proposal, between Mustique sofas by Gordon Guillaumier, Yard and Cloud by Francesco Rota, the Galerist cabinets and the Novelist writing desk by Christophe Pillet, Shade table by Francesco Rota.s