Published on : Friday, March 18, 2016
Lema continues its expansion into the Far East Market with a second store opening in Taiwan. After last year’s opening in Taichung, Lema has now opened a new flagship store in Taipei, capital city and main economical and cultural center of Taiwan, launched in collaboration with the partner Wise Duke.
The store has been designed as a space that tells the elegant and discreet style of the Italian brand, thought as a new reference point in the city for designers, architects and contractors. The large space, completely dedicated to the presentation of the brand’s system and collections, shows different night and day ambiances to tell 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. The opening is scheduled for March 19 with a great event that will be attended by famous architects, interior designers and international magazines.
Thanks to Lema’s collections, home is filled with a light and Mediterranean aesthetic, thanks to the considered balance between line, colour and materials. The common thread that unites all Lema products is comfort and the value of slow living. Colours are carefully considered for different environments; soft tones create relaxing spaces while bright colours are tailored towards social areas. Expertly treated materials, such as wood, glass and metal are worked in various ways to build products that convey refinement and the essence of Made in Italy in their design and production.
To describe the company’s DNA inextricably linked to the production of tailor-made modular systems, both for the living and for the sleeping area, the new showroom presents Selecta bookcase and Armadio al Centimetro program both designed by Officinadesign Lema and T030 by Piero Lissoni.Together with the systems, some of the brand’s latest proposals are shown to tell the made in Lema design, as Court Yard modular containers by Francesco Rota, Notch pouf by Johan Lindstén, Bice lounge chair by Roberto Lazzeroni, Brick Lane sofa by Christophe Pillet.
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