The exclusive Bulgari Hotel in London pens today in Knightsbridge: an architecture of 16 floors with 85 rooms and suites designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners. Lema Contract is part in this operation with its historical know-how on custom-made creations combining the high tradition of craftsmanship with the most innovative technologies.

The customized furniture for rooms and bathrooms, doors and wall panels have been made for Bulgari Hotel in the historical plant of Giussano, where the Contract Division has its headquarters and where all products are developed and meticulously engineered with a constant relationship with the designers and contractors. All the furniture are mede with high quality materials: the best wood and the most resistant fabric with contemporary materials such as metal and leather. The contract for the hotel is made of freestanding pieces as well as  panels that adorn the walls of rooms and corridors of the hotel; each work is the result of a unique attention to detail, so that all parts curated by Lema Contract may reflect the high standards which for which Bulgari is known around the world.
The Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge is already stated as one of the focal points of luxury and comfort in the British capital which is now at the top of its media exposure thanks to the Diamond Jubilee and the upcoming Olympic Games. Once again the protagonist is made in Italy at the international level, a great luxury brand like Bulgari relies on one of the most trusted and recognized player in the contract industry such as Lema. The company is a unique reality in the field, among the best known and appreciated Italian companies by foreign partners due to the expertise in the most  complex custom-made creations, thanks to the high technology combined with the craftsmanship and care for detail at all stages of processing.
The Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge is the last of a long series of contract projects in Italy and around the world: hotels for the most important brands – such as Cannes’ and Portsmouth’s  Marriott and  Missoni Hotel in Edinburg; multiapartment in Singapore, London and Sydney and major contract in retail stores such as the Italian telephone company Wind and the latest Vodafone Store in San Babila in Milan.