20 July 2021


Lema confirms its presence at the Supersalone, a reference point for interaction with retailers, architects, the press and designers. The protagonist of this particular setting will be the Ombra chair and armchair by Piero Lissoni, art director of Lema since 1994.


Poetic in its essentiality, the Ombra chair and armchair is the protagonist of the refined wall-mounted installation, where Lema’s quintessential discretion and Piero Lissoni’s rigorous line are emphasised. For this special event, Lema presents a special edition of Ombra, with a red-painted frame and a leather shell in the same colour, highlighting its peculiarities and different design features.

Ombra is characterised by its rarefied, finely designed architecture: the lines that outline the black, grey or red painted metal structure, both sleek and solid, support the shell that seamlessly accommodates the seat and backrest. Made from a sheet of printed rigid polypropylene, the shell can come also with black hide on the upper side or a full covering in leather, complete with ultra-thin padding.


Another protagonist of the installation is the Sesto table by Piero Lissoni, which represents the archetype of the table in its formal essentiality. Strongly contemporary design, created with impeccable elegance, it is characterised by the lightness of the rectangular top supported by the double trestle base.