A fusion of Oriental and Western influences, the Bulè table by Chiara Andreatti is the perfect illustration of the increasingly international identity of Lema, for whom the Far East represents the centre of its current activities of market expansion. Designed with the social and cultural requirements of the Oriental market in mind, it features a rotating tray positioned on the table top, available as an accessory. This serves as the embodiment of the Oriental food culture, which is heavily centred around sharing and spending time together at the table.
With flowing, generous forms, Bulè is characterised by the central structural base in reconstructed marble or bronze, both exclusive to Lema, with detailing in painted metal. The table tops and the rotating tray are available in reconstructed marble or heat-treated oak.
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Chiara AndreattiChiara Andreatti was born not far from Venice and studied at the European Institute of Design and then a Master’s program at Domus Academy. She worked for several studios like Raffaella Mangiarotti, Renato Montagne and studio Lissoni Associati. She design for companies like Glas Italia, Lema, Potocco, Starbucks, MM Lampadari, CC-tapis, PaolaC. From 2016 to 2018 she was art director of Texturae, Karpeta and BottegaNove. Her work has been published on major domestic and international magazines. In 2019 she has won the IF Design Award with the Loïe armchair made for Gebrüder Thonet Vienna.
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