'Lema Focuses on Fabrics with Osborne & Little'

The collaboration with the iconic British textile brand at the London Design Festival

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'Lema Focuses on Fabrics with Osborne & Little'
23/08/2018 - Lema participates for the fourth year in a row to London Design Festival, taking place from the 15th to the 23rd of September. Today, among the most important international events for design and a project with over 400 events catalysing the city and reconfirming its absolute centrality among the world capitals of creativity.

On the occasion of LDF 2018, the all-Italian style of Lema will be adorned with a refined selection of the textiles of iconic British company Osborne & Little daring with intense textures and chromes. Lema Flagshipstore

Lema Flagshipstore

Two manufacturing excellence for decades at the centre of the international interior design scene with a common passion for creativity, they meet for the first time ever, sharing their elegance and contemporary style.

Playing on the opposites, between male and female, protagonists of the flagship store windows at the heart of “swinging London” on the King’s Road are the lounge chair ALTON by David Lopez Quincoces, FANTINO by Gordon Guillaumier, TAIKI by Chiara Andreatti alongside the NEIL sofa by Francesco Rota, proposed with the unedited upholsteries resulting from the partnership with the well-known British textile manufacturer. Lema, ALTON

Lema, ALTON

New, intense design stories, full of details that highlight the understated, and never ostentatious luxury, characteristic of Lema style, which is today one of the top players in its sector, renown for its rigorous design and discreet aesthetics. A new testimony of the renewed path of the brand, started already in April, on the occasion of Salone del Mobile in Milan, which today yes fatithful to its discreet feature, unveils a bolder character.

In addition to the windows, as always, during the London kermesse, Lema presents the new set-up, which highlights a selection of the latest new products, reconfirming the strength of this increasingly cosmopolitan reality with a strong design identity. Interpretations of contemporary lifestyle, Lema’s new proposals respond to the needs of a market without borders, further enriching its vast catalogue that covers every segment, including upholstered furniture, chairs, tables, and home accessories, alongside with significant developments in the made-to-measure systems for day and night areas, core business of the brand since its establishment, result of the company’s in-depth technical knowledge developed over forty years of experience. Lema, FANTINO

Lema, FANTINO

Proposals that can effortlessly and discreetly inserts themselves into any bespoke space, all created by the knowledgeable hands of various international designers, further underlining the company’s unique ability to unite different creative approaches in a vast yet ever-coherent collection. Pieces that will impress either on their own or together, bringing unique aesthetic features and emotions to homes seeking a more personal touch of character.

Lema focuses on fabrics with Osborne & Little
4 designers for 4 projects for 4 fabrics and more...
Chiara Andreatti, Gordon Guillaumier, David Lopez Quincoces, Francesco Rota introduce their latest creations: Taiki, Fantino, Alton e Neil, together with a selection of 2018 products.
 
Cocktail party: Wednesday 19th September, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Lema flagship store - 183 Kings Road London SW3 SED


Lema on Archiproducts.comLema, NEIL

Lema, NEIL

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