Imm Köln 2017 – Design Post Cologne, 16 - 22 january 2017
With a renovated set-up, Lema is back on the stage of Design Post in Cologne during Imm 2017. Designed by Piero Lissoni, the new outfitting presents the newest proposals alongside some of the brand’s best-sellers to perfectly describe the spirit of the Lema’s home: refuge of the soul, space thought like a tailor-made dress free of constraints, inspired to a lifestyle away from clamour and pretentiousness, devoted to utmost emotional comfort. A soft allure traces the boundaries where luxury always remains in the background, while a relaxed atmosphere stands out, charming for its impeccable quality and gracefulness of the single pieces. Creations thought to live in harmony, but able to freely and naturally adapt to every home, worldwide.
Comfort is the fil rouge, the harmony of slow living: cosiness and conviviality, relax and warmth are the key words.
Finishes underline the character of a home which finds its essence in resting and sharing the most informal moments
Soft tones create relaxing spaces while bright colours are tailored towards social areas. Materials and above all their combinations give life to refined furniture, where the elegance of shapes meets sought-for finishes. Woods, glasses and metals build products that convey refinement and the essence of Made in Italy in their design and production. Particular care is given to the different finishes, which again reinforce the close link between the industrial and the craftsmanship knowledge that Lema offers throughout.
Among the collections starring in Cologne, the sofas Yard by Francesco Rota and Jermyn by Gordon Guillaumier alongside the latest additions as the Lady Jane bergère by Christophe Pillet, the Eydo dormeuse by Rota, the tables Luce by Piero Lissoni and Graceland, again by Pillet who has also signed the refined Steward storage unit, furthermore the dining-armchair Bea by Roberto Lazzeroni.
To complete the different sets a selection of the most recent iconic collections as the lounge-chair Lennox by Gordon Guillaumier, the Galerist display cabinet by Pillet and the wall-unit Court Yard by Rota.
Last but not least, to describe the brand’s DNA from the very beginning deeply linked to modularity and highly bespoke customisations stand the renowned modular systems Selecta and T030 together with the latest made to measure wardrobes Dandy and Open by the Armadio al Centimetro programme.
That’s the way Lema, reproducing real domestic environments, sketches a complete line for the home, which can be modulated according to personal tastes and needs, in the footsteps of the care for details that has always defined its style.