LT40 synthesises the design philosophy of the Madrid architect David López Quincoces. Known for his pureness of lines and timeless style, he eliminates the commonplace, conducts conceptual studies, and develops industrial projects such as the LT40 – a modular family of cabinets and wall elements: shelves, sideboards, cabinets and panelling characterised by the fundamental specificity of being highly customisable.
Materials & Finishes
Enhancing the elegance of the LT40 system by Lema are LED strip lights framing external or internal perimeters; a finish called Greyvelvet for the inside of the furniture; and a choice of different materials to incorporate: tempered glass, L walnut, oak, opaque or glossy lacquer, clay, and different types of marble.
The LT40 system by Lema is a multiform furniture family, the result of meticulous industrial development. The particularity of the system is its built-in customisation possibilities, seeing how the elements composing it are combinable in infinite ways. There are four basic furniture types: floor-standing cabinets; sideboards; wall-hung units and wood wall panelling.
These are joined by island cabinets joined back to back in order to create
accessibility on both sides, cabinets for multimedia devices, and benches that are perfect for the tech devices of home and home office. Then there are
the LT Frame units designed with a strong aesthetic character. These are a range of framed compositions with open compartments and cabinets inside,
forming a three-dimensional graphic effect.
Not all Lema products are available to buy online. However, the full range can be ordered via our London based showroom where we have a dedicated studio on display. For more information, or to discuss the Chaplins Price Promise, please call 020 8421 1779 or use our handy live chat feature to speak with a design expert immediately.
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