Italian furniture brand Lema launches first store in London
Italian home furniture brand, Lema forayed in London market with the opening of its first company-owned flagship store. The store stages Lema Casa and Lema Contract, the two manufacturing divisions of the Lema group. The store is spread over two floors covering an area of more than 400 square meters, depicting the elegance of Italian design.
Talking at length about the international business plan of the brand, Angelo Meroni, President, Lema said: “London plays a very crucial role in terms of providing lucrative business in the international market. Our presence here depicts a strategic investment for the Lema group. Our aim is to enhance the company’s partnership with the international market, marking a strong foothold in the international high-end furniture scene.”
Lema has a significant presence in the contract market. The brand has been involved in various multi-apartment and hospitality projects, such as the London Bulgari Knightsbridge Hotel, and other chains such as Hilton and Kempinski. Cheyne Terrace, Fulham Reach, Neo Bankside and Park House developments are some of the latest projects wherein Lema products are present.
Lema was established in 1970. The company specialises in luxury design-led furniture. Providing exquisite Italian designs, Lema designs as well as manufactures integrated furnishing systems, putting in order the entire production cycle right from the arrival of the raw material to the packing of the finished product. Its strong ability to develop custom-made solutions, together with top architects, for the renowned contract projects, sets apart the brand in international design arena.