‘We believe that true style lies in the details’
At Studio 971, we believe that true style lies in the details. The shimmering glow of a wisely lit living room, or the plushness of contemporary Italian furniture – these are the details that truly make a space what it is. Lema’s portfolio offers a wide selection of design furniture and wardrobes possibilities to help complete the masterpiece, your home.
‘We believe that true style lies in the details’
The neat and refined design style, always between past and future, that has roots in the art of Roberto Lazzeroni, defines Bice lounge chair. A passe-partout product, characterised by cosy shapes and vintage soul, perfect for any room of the home, from living to bedroom and also ideal for informal contract spaces. With fabric or leather upholstery, it features a soft structure in bronzed metal.
Characterised by a mix of styles, today a winning approach to further express the most elegant modern character, the neat lines that recall the shapes of the ‘50s of the elegant and cosy Lady Jane by Christophe Pillet. A timeless, poetic and at the same time rigorous bergère characterised by a multi-faceted soul, for the home and also for the office.
The Popsi lounge chair stands out for its sought after design and choice of materials: metal and leather. Its base is constructed with a light metal in a complex web pattern. From the four points on the floor, they rise to acute angles to support the four apexes of the wide leather seat. Finished with sewing to underline the petal’s flowing curves, it is the perfect example of Lema’s tailoring approach.
Rigorous and linear, Camille is a padded bed with removable cover in leather or fabric and precise stitching that surrounds the bed’s perimeter. The perfect piece for a classic and timeless bedroom – available in four widths with optional storage unit which is revealed by lifting the bed’s mesh.
Quaranta is the archetypal wooden bed updated and modernized with its inclined headboard. Its low level square form is available in over 40 lacquered colours from Lema’s extensive collection or in wood for a sought-after traditional environment. The catalogue also features a version with mesh lifting option and storage unit.
Plain is a lightweight and elegant bookcase that embodies the distinctive features of Lema design – modularity and customisation. A free-standing squared metal structure with lacquered finish and tops in two different thicknesses that house several shelves of different lengths. The tops mounted at different heights liven up the composition for storing objects and books of various sizes.
Selecta is the evolution of the first Italian freestanding system, designed by Lema in 1978 and continues its evolution over thirty years later. Bookcase par excellence, Selecta was the first product to turn itself into an actual ad hoc product that fully exploited cutting-edge corporate mechanization processes. Service and transit spaces, double-height rooms, attics, space under staircases do not represent restrictions but opportunities. The compositional possibilities are virtually endless: doors and containers can be added to the open shelves for a more varied and comprehensive use.
The system par excellence, in its narrowest sense: a set of modules of different sizes, different colours, full and empty plots assembled into classical compositions, contemporary, linear, asymmetric. T030 is the ability to decorate according to your imagination and the most personal needs of each house and individual environments. The containers are equipped, according to customer choice, with hinged, flap doors or drawers. The panels hung to the wall feature a hollow interior to allow ducting TV cables and multimedia equipment.
Synthesis of a contemporary thought of vintage spirit, Bea dining armchair by Roberto Lazzeroni that stands out for its neat and refined soul. A perfect item also for the contract sector, that creates an ideal set of passé-partout chairs with Bice lounge chair of which it revisits the measured proportions and enveloping shapes of the shell backrest. With fabric or leather upholstery, it stands out for the light structure in bronze metal.
The name Daiku comes from the Japanese master carpenters of Kyoto who constructed the magnificent Japanese temples. The Daiku chair, the archetype solid wood chair of the third millennium: simple and linear yet warm and strong. The slightly concave seat combines with the inclined back to provide the best in comfort, while at the base two cross pieces join the legs, combining function with delicate, geometric detail.
he coffee table designed by Francesco Rota that completes the collection of modular storage units in wood with visible compartments and sliding doors, re-interprets the typical taste and creativity of the industrial design of the ‘60s. Court Yard, with metal structure and feet, is thought to be matched to all Lema’s padded furniture. The wood tops can be embellished with a thin metal slab.
A symmetrical bamboo-effect interlocking puzzle characterises the Mr. Zheng coffee table, whose name underscores its Far Eastern inspiration. The parts of the base framework – 10 mm steel rods – are welded horizontally and vertically, forming a weave. The top is available in lacquered-wood, in over 40 matt colours from the Lema collection and 4 different shapes – three with a round tabletop, one tall and two small tabletops or one small with oval tabletop.
Available in the small table or bedside table with drawer version, Sign by Studio Kairos is a set of accessories designed for the bedroom but also adaptable to other areas of the house. They stand out for the elegant metal structure. The top and drawer are available in matt or glossy lacquered, in over 40 colours of Lema’s collection. The table also comes in wood.
Ironic and unusual furnishing, Silo by Studio Kairos is much more than a simple bedside table. Designed for utmost functionality, it is also an amusing and charming piece. It consists of a structure in thermally treated oak with a central leg based on a ray base unit. The top is in wood, folded with a C-shape thought as a supporting surface, and it hosts two built-in drawers or that can be used originally as storage units.
Small collection of freestanding elements, containers in wood with day compartments and sliding doors, that re-interpret the taste and creativity typical of the industrial design of the ‘60s. Court Yard, with structures and metal feet, is the result of Francesco Rota’s work on the theme of containment and is thought to be combined to all Lema’s padded furniture.
The Galerist display cabinet is a classic motif with a contemporary design. The rounded glass shelves create a stage to display items and memories in a way that can be appreciated at every angle. The door hinges are both functional and aesthetically pleasing – made in aluminium treated metal to give it a deep and full colour.
Of sculptural character, Glance display case is a refined synthesis between the strength of thermo-treated oak and the lightness of crystal, gently joined by bronze aluminium that defines the perimeter. Elegant container for the dining room, Glance features lighted up details that enhance the precious interiors and its contents.
The Long Island display cabinet is the real protagonist of the living room. Characterised by its use of different natural and man-made materials to wonderful effect, the thermally-treated oak structure hosts drawers and doors framed by a glazed metal border with chic marble tabletop and glazed metal side panels to complete the unusual lighting effect.
The Nine drawer unit consists of a column in thermally-treated oak which forms a visual composition that hides nine drawers of different heights and depth. The diverse dimensions of the front panels transform a classic piece into a modern day totem. Ideal for the day or night areas of the home.
The Ortelia day container is characterised by its panel façade, a graphic game of squares that hide doors and drawers. This elegant piece is available in two sizes in a matt or glossy lacquered finish. The exterior lacquer is also repeated in the interior and is available in over 40 colours from the Lema collection
The Rainbow container is characterised by its vintage metal support and appealing graphics facade. The doors and the lacquered wooden frame can be painted in a single colour chosen from over 40 colours in the Lema catalogue, or in two different combinations: avio, cacao, grafite, sabbia and caffè or pomice and carta fumo.
Steward by Christophe Pillet is an elegant, storage unit in wood, featuring refined details in lacquered HPL (6 mm thickness) and base in painted metal that combines the charm of a handicraft piece with a modern, typically industrial design approach. An essential cube in thermo-treated wood, characterised by a vague retrò style, with hinged doors that hide the spacious compartments and sliding drawers useful for the living area, also ideal as bar cabinet.
The system par excellence, the T030 bookcase is a set of modules of different sizes, different colours, full and empty plots assembled into classic, contemporary, linear or asymmetric compositions. The containers are equipped according to customer choice, with hinged, flap doors or drawers. Panels that are hung to the wall feature a hollow interior to allow ducting TV cables and multimedia equipment. Box is a version of T030 which is a series of fixed ground and suspended compositions, built by using the system’s modules consisting of extremely elegant and versatile wall units, containers, and wall-configurations with high graphic impact.
Winston is an exclusive piece inspired by traditional Chinese furniture – discreet and mysterious on the outside yet full of surprises on the inside. A modern box of wonders it has a mirrored bottom with leather and metal inserts to house glassware and is superbly equipped with bottle holders, drawers and extractable compartments. Above, the flap door hides a second space with extractable surface that acts as a support to prepare cocktails. The suspended base is in bronzed metal with elegant Canaletto walnut panels.
Designed by Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri, TIP collection consisting of drawer unit, dresser and night table, the latter in two versions. A proposal characterised by a modern and essential language built around a sequence of solid and empty volumes marked by the mix between the thermo-treated oak of the structure and front sides of the drawers available in shiny and matt lacquered finish, in addition to Canaletto Walnut and the sophisticated Clay finish, soft and silky to the touch and sight.
Result of the creative research of Officinadesign Lema, Aberdeen features a vintage but comfortable look thanks to the softly embracing covering. The hammer arm is underlined by the fabric folds turned into an accurate detail, while the seat volumes are surrounded by a soft rat-tail sewing. The sofa comfort depends on the polyurethane upholstery, added an anon-allergic and ecologic fibre. The technical development does not cover the iconic classically revisited aesthetics and makes Aberdeen a passepartout unit – available with two or three seats – for the house, where pleasing living events are shared. This line also features an armchair that recalls the same stylistic elements.
Cloud is a sofa designed as a big unit combining free and organic shapes with matched or opposing modules which offers an original solution for domestic living. Cloud has countless compositions with three different types of arm, different sizes, shapes and heights. Mix colours, in different fabrics and textures to obtain a unique sofa.
A bold fluidity defines Eydo asymmetric dormeuse by Francesco Rota. Distinguished by an architectural style, it invites to relax as inferred from the name of Greek origin. It consists of a suspended structure in metal with bronzed finish and the unique seat and backrest volume that, despite recalling the lightness of a wing thanks to its reduced thickness, it envelopes and welcomes the body, offering great comfort. The stitching and leather upholstery embellish the design.
The Jermyn sofa takes its name from the famous Jermyn Street, one of London’s most historic and fashionable tailoring districts. The construction of its armrests and back lightly open up to accommodate the large seat cushions that match the comfort of the design’s linearity. The flat sectional legs infused with bronzed metal support the frame. The stitching along the external lining accentuates the structure’s curvature.
Conversional moments have inspired the Milanese designer in defining Kaiwa (meaning dialoguing in Japanese), a two-seat fixed sofa, with a light suspended base in metal with bronzed finish that supports the padded seat and backrest. A proposal able to fit in elegant home contexts, but thought in particular to furnish lounge areas or refined contract spaces.
Mustique is a sofa ideal for closed configurations. At best in leather, its’ wide and elegant frame consists of two “Hs” in burnished or brushed metal, with a thin section, supporting its upholstered linear base unit. Covered by seat cushions, that are available in different sizes, creates a double soft layer with rounded corners to follow the curvature of the backrest.
A relaxed complement to suit the day and night areas of the home, the Pouf is both modern and classic. Available in cylindrical and cubic versions, it can be used alone or a composition of volume and colour. For the utmost customisation, the upholstery can be chosen from an assortment of sizes, colours, fabrics, leathers and eco-leathers to satisfy any taste.
Snap is a floor unit upholstered sofa, best used in linear or corner compositions. Highly customizable alongside a chaise lounge, pouf, seats, terminal or central units. The model stands out for its unique elegance and ultra-modern proportions, making it the elective choice for comfort thanks to its extra-feathered upholstery. The structure can be raised from the floor or lent on four chromed or burnished metal L-shaped feet as wide as the arm.
The idea of the sofa modular system finds its utmost expression with Yard. Padded volumes are integrated to counters, shelves, tables and containers that match in various configurations creating countless multi-functional compositions. The structure, made in metal upholstered with fabric, is supported by feet joined through hooks of rectangular sections that provide support to the cushions and armrests in harmonious contrast. The collection is completed by an elegant daybed, also offered in a leather version.
Designed by Francesco Rota, the elegant Yard daybed, also proposed in an elegant leather version with bronzed metal base, recall the aesthetic features of the same name sofa re-interpreting the typical creativity of the industrial design of the ‘60s. The structure, made in metal upholstered with fabric, is a top supported by feet joined through hooks of rectangular section that provides supports to the cushions and armrests, laid without hiding it, in a harmonious contrast that becomes its main aesthetic feature.