23/11/2018 - Lema
is taking part in the third Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai furniture fair from 22-24 November 2018. Lema returns to the Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai with a complete vision of its offer, with a fusion of the collections of the designers with which the company collaborates.
Lema’s showcase at Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai starts with a living area featuring the ALTON
armchairs by David Lopez Quincoces. With its sculptural contours, the anthracite-coloured, painted metal structure is defined by its semi-circular shape and the slender leather back, with sartorial, hand-wound leather accents, proposed in a natural antique-finish. The essential lines of the exterior merge with the inviting seat, which can be upholstered in fabric or leather, creating a refined stylistic contrast. Meanwhile, the soft cushion ensures maximum comfort.
Alton by David Lopez Quincoces
The space is completed by the OYDO tables by Francesco Rota, proposed in the rectangular
version in heat-treated oak and in the round
version in gloss lacquered Ortica.
Oydo by Francesco Roda
On the rear walls there are examples of the Armadio al Centimetro range, the versatile and tailor made programme that provides design freedom, thanks to the wide range of available modules and the possibility to adapt the height, length and width of the furniture. The technical elements of the system are proposed in numerous options, depending on the doors selected by the client.
Seryasse by David Lopez Quincoces
Designed by David Lopez Quincoces, SERYASSE
(new 2018) is a wardrobe with aesthetically striking swing doors, enhanced by the solid Canaletto walnut of the doors and the distinctive micro-slat accents that gives the design its name. Highly tactile, the piece has been further offset by the vertical framework and the essential, bronze painted metal door handles.
Dandy by Officinadesign Lema
wardrobe by Officinadesign Lema is defined by the various finishes of the doors, offset by an external, bronze painted frame and the large assortment of panels, available in transparent glass, bronze reflecting glass, lacquered glass in 10 colour options, bronze glass with a textile serigraphy effect and decorative fabric coverings.
The presentation of the latest novelties continues with a refined dining area. East meets West in the BULÈ
table by Chiara Andreatti, presented with the BEA
chairs by Roberto Lazzeroni. With its harmonious and stylistically generous forms, BULÈ stands out for its table top and central, structural base created in the sophisticated and tactile Nero Belgian Blue finish that mimics the characteristic features of the precious marble of the same name. The base has been enhanced by a bronze-tone coated metal moulding. Available in two sizes: 1800/2000x735. Revolving tray: 700/900x25 (Øxh).
Bulè by Chiara Andreatti
Bea by Roberto Lazzeroni
Then, there are the GALERIST
display cases by Christophe Pillet in the new bronze-tone finish and a proposal with internal drawers.
Galerist by Christophe Pillet
There is SELECTA
by Officinadesign with the GLANCE
door, available in a hinged and protruding door version, for both double and corner display cases, with an anodised bronze frame and transparent, extra-clear glass. A project created in collaboration with Matteo Nunziati, that reinterprets the style of the showcases and sideboard of the same name that he designed in 2016 and 2017.
There is also the new, open end unit with glass shelves, creating an appealing stage for displaying precious objects and the new wooden shelves (11mm thick), with compact, integrated back-lighting, set against the lacquered sage back panels for a pleasant suffused light-effect.
Selecta by Officinadesign Lema
On the opposite side of the stand is the night zone with its refined VICTORIANO
bed and VIC
bedside tables by Roberto Lazzeroni, in glossy lacquered Talpa finish.
Victoriano by Roberto Lazzeroni
Vic by Roberto Lazzeroni
In front of the bed is the elegant FANTINO
armchair by Gordon Guillaumier. With its compact and sinuous forms, which vaguely recalls a saddle mounted on an oak-tinted, heat-treated, ash base. The soft but essential upholstery keeps the dimensions contained, balancing out the proportions, whilst still ensuring optimal comfort. A timeless project based on the ethos of Lema’s manufacturing culture, emphasised in the gros grain profile that runs along the stich work of the fabric or leather upholstery.
Fantino by Gordon Guillaumier
Behind the bed, is the DANDY wardrobe by Officinadesign Lema with its external frame in bronze-tone, painted metal and coffee-coloured leather doors with the LEMA AIR CLEANING SYSTEM
, a patented device which sees the wardrobe play an active role in the sanitisation of clothing and footwear. This system uses nanotechnology and a special UV lamp to generate a photochemical reaction that naturally destroys pollutants, bacteria and mould, purifying the inside of the wardrobe and eliminating more than 90% of bad odours from clothing and footwear.
Without affecting the aesthetics, the system (available as an optional extra) is installed on top of the Armadio al Centimetro wardrobes that come with hinged, sliding and coplanar doors.
Faroe by Gordon Guillaumier
The display closes with Gordon Guillaumier’s FAROE
, a complex project that reinterprets the theme of storage, giving life to a collection of highly functional free-standing containers and chairs. Islands that can be personalised and arranged in a multitude of compositions which plays on accents like upholstered elements, seats and arms. Available in leather or fabric in a variety of different heights and finishes, the designs make a perfect centrepiece, be it a living room, a bedroom, a walk-in wardrobe or a dressing room. The concept of an island is also expressed in FAROE, inspired by the fascinating Danish archipelago of the same name.
With its essential and balanced design, the piece features a light, suspended, lacquered metal frame that holds and supports the wooden elements, proposed in both the heat-treated oak and upholstered versions. The frame comes in two finishes: vibrant, lacquered Mango and the more classic, bronze painted metal version.
Faroe by Gordon Guillaumier
There are also the modular systems like the HANGAR
walk-in closet by Piero Lissoni. This aims to store everyday objects and to rationalize the space, whilst also allowing for a multitude of different compositions. An intelligent, functional system built around the needs of the occupier, where the various elements and accessories are fitted alongside elegant floor/ceiling mounted metal profiles that support the weight of the accessories.
Hangar by Piero Lissoni
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