The ground floor will house Lema Casa, which is an exemplification of slow-paced Italian life, showcasing (amongst other products) collaborated modular systems and freestanding furniture — widely considered to be Lema’s crowning achievements — from the likes of Gordon Guillaumier, Francesco Rota, Raw Edges and Nendo to name but a few.
The lower floor will be occupied by Lema Contract, a bespoke-atelier for in-house and external interior designers and architects to collaborate and create custom solutions for large-scale projects. A made-to-measure service that has already been implemented on projects such as the London Bulgari Knightsbridge Hotel, the Hilton and others, provides buyers and interior designers the scope to customise.
The London store marks a significant international investment that follows other recent openings in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Beijing, Taiwan and Melbourne, markets in which ‘Made in Italy’ is recognised and appreciated.
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