Italian brand Lema is renowned for its seamless made-to-measure wardrobes and shelving systems that help to make a home more comfortable and efficient. Founded in 1970 by the Meroni family, the company has built a reputation for the quality of its products, and is one of the few to oversee the entire production cycle from raw material to meticulously finished piece.
Offering a perfect blend between both tradition and innovation, the family furniture company embodies quintessential Italian manufacturing. Its success largely stems from a unique ability to channel cutting-edge technology while still maintaining deep artisanal roots. Throughout over 50 years of existence, Lema distinguished itself from its competitors through a strong emphasis on quality and customization.
Lema specializes in bespoke modular systems, which can be tailored to individual tastes and needs. Today, the company has grown to include an extensive home range — seats, soft furniture, tables, storage, beds and accessories — characterized by subtle, understated design. But no matter how expansive and high-tech Lema has become, its products remain true to the Lema identity: refined, tailor-made and distinctively Italian.
Designed to seamlessly blend in with its surroundings, Tian — named after the Chinese word for sky — is a modular wardrobe made completely of glass. A cross between a display case and an aquarium, it enhances the formality and visual quality of any room in which it is placed. With a wide range of optional accessories for customization, the wardrobe can be used as an open system or with hinged doors. The overall design of the wardrobe is intended to create a monolithic appearance, where the entire surface becomes a continuous, uninterrupted sky dome.
Modularity and aesthetics combine to make a versatile wardrobe. Specifically designed for domestic spaces, Dandy offers a range of finishes and aesthetic styles where height, length and depth, as well as interior, can be customized to fit the unique characters of each home. The Dandy wardrobe’s perimetric black metal frame is its defining feature.
The Nur wardrobe with hinged doors is distinguished by its built-in handles, which are also finished in the same style. This unit is highly adaptable, offering a wide selection of dimensions and internal fittings to meet individual needs and storage requirements. The wardrobe also features exquisite detailing in leather and fabric.
Defined by its sleek metal and vertical profile, Text is versatile at heart. The bespoke wardrobe features a full-height vertical incision that serves as the handle. A wide selection of interior accessories is also available for the Text wardrobe, allowing it to be customized to fit personal tastes and needs. It can also be adapted in height, width and depth.
Designed by David Lopez Quincoces, the Seryasse wardrobe with hinged doors boats a wood paneling effect made from solid Canaletto walnut, which features micro-slats that create a captivating vertical, three-dimensional look and feel. Its design makes it an excellent storage solution for a bedroom, but it can also easily function in other spaces.
Hangar, designed by Piero Lisson, is a bespoke walk-in wardrobe that features wall-mounted panels, clothes racks and exposed struts. The warmth of the wood juxtaposes with the lightness created by the glass and its reflections, resulting in an intimate and pleasant atmosphere. The layout is logically laid out to accommodate everyday objects. Infinitely customizable, the Hangar wardrobe offers endless design options and possibilities.
Open meets at the intersection between a wardrobe and a closet. In line with its name, the product is characterized by its open and doorless design. By bringing a personal touch to any space it occupies, Open is perfect for the contemporary home or a hotel room. Through the Armadio al Centimetro range of internal features, the wardrobe can be tailored to suit individual preferences.
Launched in 1995, Selecta is an open-fronted modular bookcase system that offers a limitless range of compositions with over 1,500 customizable elements. New finishes and features are still being added to accommodate the continuous cycle of changing trends and practical needs. Due to technical innovations, it serves as the perfect choice for creating multi-function walls, as it allows for the integration of cabling for media devices, lighting and more.
A fully customizable modular system of containers and wall elements comprise the LT40 system, which comes in four dimensions: floor, sideboard, wall and paneling. Architect David López Quincoces brings to the LT40 shelving system the pureness of lines and a timeless aesthetic. The four configurations are combinable with supplementary elements that give the LT40 system infinite possibilities.
Air Cleaning System
Mindful of intense contemporary lifestyles where clothing is frequently exposed to particulates due to inadequate air-cycling, Lema dedicated more than 12 months of research to improve the lives and well-being of their clients. The result is the Lema Air Cleaning System.
Thanks to the innovative and revolutionary system, closets now play an active part in sanitizing clothing. In addition to eliminating unpleasant odors from clothing, the patented Photocatalytic Oxidation technology naturally destroys bacteria, viruses, mold, allergens, carbon monoxide and other harmful particles.
Installation of the system does not affect aesthetics. Through a small multifunctional switch located on the side of the wardrobe, the silent sanitization process begins with a cycle that lasts between two and eight hours.