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Finding A Great Daybed
Eydo Daybed by Francesco Rota
Eydo daybed by Francesco Rota for Lema is a piece upholstered in leather and bronze metal base. Francesco Rota designed the fluid and sensual asymmetric dormeuse EYDO probably inspired by the same Greek name “Eydo” that means “to know” or “to know of”.
The Eydo is an invitation to relax, and the merit goes to the fluid refined lines, tailoring details and quality of materials. Light as a wing, supported by a bronze painted metal and embroidered with stitched seams and leather upholstery. These features not only guarantee the perfect functionality of this chair, will make special the environment that hosts it.
The Meroni family are the founders of Lema in 1970. They are still managing it today, strong of a tradition dating back to the ’30s. Today the Group comprises the divisions Lema Casa, Lema Contract and International Office Concept dedicated to office furniture.
Attention to the customer and great customization ability, are the main characteristics of the firm, and the ones that made it famous around the world.
Francesco Rota’s chaise lounge
Often confused with futons, which are extended to form a bed from a couch, the day beds usually rely more on appearance than on comfort. But here is not the case! Francesco Rota’s chaise lounge has a suspended structure and an unique seat and backrest that wrap up your body offering perfect relaxation. A design that mixed both appearance and comfort in a perfect piece.
Daybeds, as the name says, are used to take a break during the day usually added in a large living room or family rooms. Supportive and comfortable, the Eydo Daybed will take center stage in any environment, thanks to the refined contemporary clean lines.
Intended as a reinterpretation of the 60s styles, the Eydo becomes an iconic invitation to relaxation.