Ombra

Leather dining chair and armchair with metal frame

design by Piero Lissoni
As low as €290.00

Daringly sleek dining chair and armchair

The Ombra dining chair and armchair embodies Lema’s discreet style and the bold approach of Piero Lissoni. With its stunning designed architecture, Ombra’s metal structure is both sleek and solid, supporting the continuous shell that forms the seat part and backrest. Made from a slender sheet of printed rigid polypropylene, the shell can come with hide on the upper side or a full covering or leather, complete with ultra-thin padding. At the heart of Ombra is Lema’s tireless experimentation with forms and materials typical of industrial design. In this case, it has resulted in a chair that combines stylish sophistication with good value for money. Ombra is protected by registration on the EU’s Design Programme.

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    Lema. The art of dialogue

    Our products are characters in a bigger picture, a lifestyle vision centred around the concept of dialogue.Dialogue as an idea of home, of a bespoke space, of the ideal forum for relationships and sharing moments.Dialogue as the fusion of form and materials, of aesthetics and function. An expression of Lema’s ability to combine various difference design styles in one, harmonious collection.Our furnishings are designed to interact with one another but can also exist on their own, having been devise to adapt to personal lifestyles in houses all over the world.