Lema returns to Imm. The company specialised in home furnishings returns to Cologne’s international trade show this year with a stand designed by Piero Lissoni that occupies more than 300 square meters. The intention of the company and the designer within this space is to develop and represent “Casa Lema” and its language of design.
The custom made modular systems (the brand’s core business) are the focus of the stand, together with its latest furniture collections. Among the products that stand out are the Bulè Table by Chiara Andreatti, Faroe designed by Gordon Guillaumier, the Lema Air Cleaning System, and two projects by David Lopez Quincoces: the Alton armchair and the Seryasse wardrobe with swing doors. Specifically, the latter is characterised by the solid Canaletto walnut wood chosen for the doors and enhanced by the unique micro-slat workmanship which it is known for.
The various fixtures and accessories provide versatility, making it possible to create custom-made wardrobes to meet every need.
Lema’s home furnishings bring with them a combination of artisan know-how and industrial technology, useful in applying research and innovation to every collection.
The brand’s style seeks to transmit a sense of relaxation and warmth: Casa Lema is a place where design enters almost unobserved, marrying itself with a discreet lifestyle that rejects clamour and pretentiousness, seeking rather to create an atmosphere in which emotions are shared.