Lema at the Salone del Mobile 2019: The Attention to Detail

Several new products for Lema at the Salone del Mobile 2019 confirm the company’s vocation for beauty

The products on show further expand the Lema Casa collection, which includes sofas, armchairs, chairs, tables and accessories as well as furnishings for the day and night areas. Lema’s contemporary lifestyle, under the art direction of Piero Lissoni since 1994, stands out for its luxury combined with a sober and extremely refined design.

Ombra, by Piero Lissoni, is a new armchair characterized by a light and essential design. The black steel structure supports a shell formed by a sheet of rigid polypropylene that can be exposed, covered with black leather or with a very thin padding covered with leather. Alma, a comfortable armchair by Leonardo Dainelli with a tailored cut, has a 1940s charm. The enveloping and modeled shape underlines the craftsmanship of fabric and leather upholstery; the vintage spirit is expressed in the brass plate that enhances the feet. Alma is completed by a matching footrest. Finally, the Ella console table, by David Lopez Quincoces, is a contemporary reinterpretation of a classic middle-class piece of furniture. The thin structure in coated bronze, the top and the drawers in heat-treated oak make it essential but solid and functional at the same time.

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