Lema and Misura Arredamenti celebrate the opening of the new monobrand store in Milan.

Misura Arredamenti, for forty years a landmark for furniture and interior design in Milan, has entrusted Lema with the space in Largo Augusto, 8: 180 square meters on two levels of an elegant building from the early twentieth century with large windows not far from the Duomo, characterized by refined domestic size sets.
A new home for Lema, the company founded and managed by the Meroni family, today one of the major Italian players on the international furnishing scene, where the protagonist is its sophisticated and contemporary approach to living.
Retailer of the brand since 1979, Misura Arredamenti also distributes Lema in the multibrand store located in Via Larga, 13.

Lema’s bestseller, tailor-made systems for the living area and the night area are at the center of the set-up.
The protagonists are two compositions by Selecta by Officinadesign Lema, also proposed in the new NoceL finish, the Hangar walk-in closet by Piero Lissoni and several compositions from the Armadio al Centimetro wide program.
Together with the systems, among others, the Yard and Neil sofas by Francesco Rota; the Alton armchairs by David Lopez Quincoces and Fantino armchair by Gordon Guillaumier; Shade table by Francesco Rota and Bulè by Chiara Andreatti. Three proposals from the 2019 collection are also on display: the LT40 modular storage system by David Lopez Quincoces, the Maddox bed by Leonardo Dainelli and the Oculus mirrors by Andrea Mancuso – Analogia Project.