Lema designed the bespoke furniture for 193 rooms, including 10 suites, of the brand The Dixon. The hotel in South Bank, one of London’s most cultural postcodes. The whole building has been fully restored, conserving key details and highlighting its Edwardian heritage, such as the large windows and the façade, which are original features. The redevelopment was led by Twenty2Degrees, who gave life to a refined project of interiors able to unite classical and modern elements. Lema designed, manufactured and installed all the wardrobes, boiserie, beds, TV units, minibars, including the doors and the bathroom furnishings.
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