Virtually endless possibilities for the Armadio al Centimetro: Lema proposes new technological and design evolutions for an increasingly tailor-made home

Tailor-made by definition, the Armadio al Centimetro, a historic one-of-a-kind bespoke programme presented by Lema already in the 1980s, evolves and renewes itself to offer even greater customisation freedom, even in the choice of sizes and finishes. Thanks to a technological and design reinterpretation, this wardrobes universe is enriched with the insertion of the frame sides: new internal and external structural elements open to a new dialogue with domestic architecture. A project with a distinctly contemporary character, innovative from a technological viewpoint, result of the development of a set of aluminium frames, one internal and one external, available in two finishes: bronze and sand. The external back is closed by a back panel in glass, which can be replaced by the traditional back panel in melamine, and is proposed in three transparent finishes, just as for the end side: extra-light transparent glass, reflecting bronzed glass and grey smoked glass. Armadio al Centimetro boasts increasing versatility, thanks to the wide range of modules available and to the possibility of adapting them mixing together six possible widths and four heights.

At a glance

What is it?
Armadio al Centimetro is a tailor-made program to furnish private and personal home spaces.
What its design concept?
A range of wardrobes in constant evolution devoted to maximum flexibility, first of all, in sizes but also in models, materials, elements, finishes, accessories, equipment.
How and where is it manufactured?
It is made at the Lema factory, in Brianza.
What makes it special?
Unique tailored configuration Armadio al Centimetro is realized with the use of 100% recyclable ‘green’ materials. Another important distinctive element is the innovative and patented system that once again revolutionizes the concept of the wardrobe: the Lema Air Cleaning System. No longer a passive container, the wardrobe is for the first time playing an active role in sanitising clothing, footwear and any other object contained within. Air Cleaning System, outcome of more than twelve months of research and a worldwide exclusive, uses nanotechnology and a special UV lamp to generate a photochemical reaction within the wardrobe that naturally destroys viruses, bacteria, odours and mould, improving well-being and reducing allergies and respiratory problems.