The Lema night area is thought as place of wellness and emotions. A custom-space where furniture, furnishing accessories and systems – since always the brand’s core business – define its sophisticated character.
With the 2017 collection Lema has enriched its home range with pieces of innate elegance, reminiscent in shape and colour of design archetypes with a modern interpretation.
In addition to its collections, Lema has also paid close attention to renewing its Armadio al Centimetro made-to-measure wardrobe systems. The concept of the wardrobe, in particular, is revolutionised thanks to the new Lema “Air Cleaning System”, a patented technology presented for the very first time at the Salone del Mobile 2017. The system is the result of the company’s constant research into trends in interior design, through which it aims to anticipate and exceed its customers’ expectations.
Once again this year Lema’s typical light, relaxed approach is found in the delicate balance between shapes, colours and materials. What brings the designs together is the theme of the comfort and harmony of slow living, the operative words being welcome and conviviality, relaxation and warmth. It is a contemporary interpretation of the Mediterranean lifestyle, the essence of Made in Italy.
The unmistakable hand of Roberto Lazzeroni gives life to a new night collection composed of bed and bedside table.
With its regal air, the upholstered bed with solid wood structure, VICTORIANO, is inspired by stylistic elements of the past brought up to date with a contemporary design. The design is distinguished by its high headboard, slightly curved at the sides to accommodate the mattress, and embellished by central topstitching. A continuous gentle line connects it to the bed frame, resulting in a design of great elegance suitable for every home. Although the bed has a classical design, it will grace any modern environment.
Created to accompany the bed, the VIC bedside table also recalls classical lines reinterpreted in a modern guise by the designer. With its agile solid wood structure, Vic is available in two versions, with or without its drawer, the first with a gloss or matt lacquer finish, and the second with a slim marble top.
Continuing his reflections on the containing theme, the designer has created CASES, proposing a new concept of versatile, multifunctional sideboard.
Perfect to be positioned along a wall or in the centre of a room, Cases is a rigorous piece of furniture, characterised by a light appeal thanks to the play of solids and voids given by the use of two different thicknesses and three different heights: the body in heat-treated oak, the cupboard doors of a smaller thickness, and the top, at a lower level, enclosed by a wooden frame like an elegant tray. The combination strongly distinguishes Cases, creating a three-dimensional aspect that determines its airy appearance.
The body, which lay on titanium-coloured legs that nod to the 60s, is available in two sizes (183xh.97cm and 243xh.69cm) and can hold three or four container elements respectively, each with its own specific function: sideboard, set of drawers, display cabinet, and bar cabinet. These elements enhance and personalise Cases, creating 5 possible compositions and therefore making it suitable for various rooms of the house, from the dining room to the living room and the bedrooms.
Depending on the chosen version, the cupboard doors can enclose glass shelves or wooden drawers of various heights, while the bar cabinet can be fitted with a bottle rack. For the utmost in customised style, one of the modules can be left empty or be fitted with an elegant glass cube which, when turned upside-down, becomes a display case for your most treasured items.
The top of the sideboard is available in backpainted glass or marble, or in leather with an elegantly stitched border that enhances the handcrafted feel. The bar cabinet can be distinguished with an elegant transparent glass top that reveals and enhances the contents. The product is finished with fine details, including an integrated light inside the cupboard to illuminate the interiors, and the specially-designed Lema hinges that have been left visible like small buttons.
Defined by a vertical slim metallic profile EMERY made-to-measure wardrobe by Officinadesign Lema is characterized by refined doors in back-painted acid-etched glass. Thanks to this special treatment, the door surface looks matt and extremely smooth and soft to touch.
Emery also features wide-ranging internal equipment offers multiple combinations for any need of order: drawer units, display cases for trousers, belts and shoes. Shelf and hanging bar with built-in light. Without forgetting the precious details in leather and fabric like the mats for drawers and boxes for shirt compartments.
To satisy the most sophisticated tastes, Lema extends its proposal for the interiors of the wardrobes. Thanks to the new luminous Canvas melamin finishing, with a delicate fabric-like texture, every wardrobe is covered in softeness and elegance, becoming a precious treasure chest, where to keep one’s own clothes and small trinkets.
The most important ne addition to the Lema’s made to measure Armadio al Centimerto Wardroberange this year is “AIR CLEANING SYSTEM“,“ the innovative patented system for Lema’s Armadio al Centimetro that fitted invisibly to the top of the wardrobe, is capable of decontaminating and significantly removing bacteria and odours present in whatever is stored inside the closet. The exclusive Lema device, covered by the Air Control patent, uses Dust Free PCO technology (Photocatalytic Oxidation – developed for the sanitisation of aerospace environments) which, once activated, generates a photochemical reaction thanks to the interaction of nanotechnology and a special UV lamp. With the help of a natural active ingredient, polluting substances, bacteria and mildew are eliminated, thereby purifying the wardrobe interior and removing more than 90% of those unpleasant odours that collect on clothing, shoes and other items stored there.
The technology is certified by the Italian Ministry of Health as a medical product which represents a revolution in the concept of wardrobes, taking them from mere passive storage units to active players in the sanitisation of their contents.