Lema UK for The Makers’ show flat

The new exclusive residential complex in the heart of Shoreditch

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Lema UK for The Makers’ show flat
07/02/2020 - After the New York experience where Lema USA furnished the exclusive Penthouse of 565 Broome Soho, Renzo Piano Building Workshop's first New York residential development, Lema UK, thanks to the synergy between the Home and Contract divisions, signed a complete lifestyle project for the show flat of The Makers new residential complex.

The Makers, curated by Londonewcastle, a well-known developer with over 2,800 housing units worth £ 2.39 billion on 12 residential developments delivered within the next five years, wants to become a new point of reference for the neighborhood that inspired the concept based on an idea of contemporary living devoted to openness and sharing; an ideal way of life for the creative community that contributed to the affirmation of the neighborhood. The complex consists of two buildings, of which a tower that reaches twenty-eight floors houses 175 residences, from the one-bedroom apartment to one-to-three-bedroom apartments as well as some duplex residences, with 42 layout variants.
Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

The three-bedroom sample apartment is a showcase of Lema's creativity and industrial capabilities through a refined selection of some of the pieces from the Casa collection. At the entrance, the Victoria console by Roberto Lazzeroni in white marble and a six-element Mirage mirror by Tokujin Yoshioka. In the large living room, T030 Piero Lissoni's modular custom system in two configurations, a low TV unit and sideboard, in Vinaccia and Bruciato red, Sabbia white and oak Carbone wood.
Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

In the middle, the modular Snap sofa by Francesco Rota along with the vintage Bice armchairs by Roberto Lazzeroni. Together, Cruise coffee tables by Officinadesign Lema with a matt Assenzio laquer glass top and Sign night tables by Studio Kairos with top in Petalo matt lacquer. In the large open space the dining area chooses the light Luce table by Piero Lissoni with top in Canaletto walnut combined with Bai Lu chairs by Neri & Hu.
Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

The protagonist in the master bedroom is the Picolit bed by Officinadesign Lema with Sign night tables by Studio Kairos with top in Oltremare blue. Next, Novelist desk by Christophe Pillet in metal and precious Canaletto walnut together with the Hati chair by Piero Lissoni in Carbone oak. Full-height, a large custom-made Selecta bookcase in Basalto grey matt lacquer by Officinadesign Lema, an evolution of the first industrial modular system presented by Lema in the 1970s.
Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

The second bedroom is furnished with the Camille bed by Officinadesign Lema with grey fabric upholstery, Sign night tables in Oltremare blue and Tip chest of drawers by Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri in Timo matt lacquered and oak Carbone facades. The third and last bedroom proposes another Camille bed this time with a blue fabric covering together with the Sign night tables in Petalo and Oltremare matt lacquer and the Tip chest of drawers in Oltremare dark blue lacquer and oak Carbone.

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Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

Lema UK per lo show flat di The Makers

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