The bedroom in the house signed by Lema is an intimate place where design does not stand out while better supporting shapes and materials making the ambience far warmer.
The real protagonist of the bedroom for the Milan International furnishing exhibition 2014 is the bed Orpheo designed by Ferruccio Laviani.
A thin and light structure, with tapered conic-shaped profiles, provides for a frame for cushions, leaning on the two upholstered wood units and covered in eco-leather. The bed frame in thermally treated oak underline the headboard minimal appearance, making the product warm, as any Italian made domestic product. The bed by Laviani stands out as it is very simple, ethereal but present thanks to the line clearly referring to the Oriental tradition, reinterpreted thanks to a unique and innovating use of materials.
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