Celebrate Spring with Lema's Italian style

Internationally renowned for its customisable wardrobe systems, walk-in closets and design-led furniture – as well as its patented Air Cleaning System, designed to keep everything from your Isabel Marant to your Issey Miyake fresh and fragrant – Italian brand Lema is celebrating the arrival of spring with a wonderful window installation,Plis électriques by Chiara Andreatti.

The visual concept has been created for the two large windows of Lema's flagship London store, at 183 King's Road, Chelsea.

Balanced elegance was the theme embraced by emerging designer on the international scene, Chiara Andreatti – who also designed the Taiki armchair for Lema in 2018 and the Bulè table.

For this project Andreatti worked with pleated paper, which is both light and sculptural, to create a beautifully eye-catching and very feminine installation.

The scene is set within the custom-made Hangar wardrobe by Lema's Creative Director, Piero Lissoni, complete with floor-to-ceiling metal frames in a beautiful bronze finish and shelves lacquered in its delicate spring-colour, Timo.

Plis électriques is the first of a series of visuals that will grace the windows of Lema's London store during the year. A series of collaborations with leading designers, chosen for their difference in attitude and style, will bring new life to the brand's creative stories.

Lema, 183 King's Road, London, SW3 5EB

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Jacky Parker

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