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Lema and Piero Lissoni latest creations

Love for detail and search of quality define the discreet vision of the design made in Lema.  A creative universe characterized by a soft language rich of simplicity intended in its highest meaning, with clever references to the design culture and unexpected dramatic turns, only apparently discontinuous in style, which exalt the character.  This spirit also underlines the novelties that Lema will present at the Milan Design Week 2015, furniture and furnishing accessories designed by famous names in the international design sector, in addition to emerging designers, that underscore the company’s ability, unique in the furnishing world, to convey different design approaches in a very articulated, but always coherent collection.

Among the new proposals, it stands out the absolute purity of Piero Lissoni’s lines, who signs Memo tableThought to furnish a large dining area or refined meeting room, Memo is characterized by minimalist discretion that defines Lissoni’s style and by large sizes. Through a careful re-interpretation of modern stylistic methods, the power of design and handicraft skills guided Christophe Pillet’s work who signs three new proposals: Winston bar cabinet, the Brick Lane sofa and Lady Jane bergère.Winston is an exclusive piece of furniture inspired to traditional Chinese furniture.A modern box of wanders: in fact, previous details like the mirror bottom and inserts in leather and metal are revealed when opening the doors, designed to contain bottles and glasses in their thickness. 

LucidiPevere also joined Lema’s team of designers. They conceived the design of Note table, essential architecture of rationalist style that chooses the elegant combination between the metal in bronze finish and leather in Whisky color. Aesthetics and functionality meet and complete each other in this proposal, formally consisting of an ideal combination of three simple surfaces, each of which featuring a specific function. Suggestive solutions for night and day areas, a complete catalogue of products designed by Piero Lissoni.

In 1970, The Meroni family founds Lema, after having produced home furnishings since the 1950’s. The group includes Home, Contract and Office divisions, the latter with the International Office Concept. Lema has been the first Italian company to develop the free standing wall shelving system produced on an industrial scale in a variety of finishes, and the “Armadio al Centimetro” a modular made-to-measure wardrobe system.

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