Lady Jane

Padded bergere armchair

design by Christophe Pillet
Starting from £6,048.00

Bergère with mid-century inspiration

Designed by Christophe Pillet, the sophisticated Lady Jane bergère features bold lines which bely its 1950s inspiration. This versatile, elegant and comfortable piece is equipped with a mechanism that allows the chair to rotate 360° and works perfectly in domestic spaces. The bergère has a matching padded pouffe footrest with a bronze metal structure, to ensure maximum relaxation.
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    Lema’s proposals surprise for their refined timeless traits. Every design forms part of a harmonic lifestyle yet at the same time able to adapt to every home and lifestyle.

    design by
    Christophe Pillet
    Mid-century style with a contemporary twist: the Lady Jane bergère combines different influences to create a timeless piece. Poetic yet austere, this versatile piece is ideal for home and office environments.



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