Maddox from LEMA

Design by Leonardo Dainelli

Leonardo Dainelli is freely inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s flying machines, where wooden boards and sails fit together to create entirely new combinations and various functionalities for a rigorous yet elegant design.

The soul of Maddox is the suggestive dialogue between wood and leather: an aerial bed with heat-treated oak-tinted ashwood and headboard sewn in structural light leather with double front cushioning covered in fabric or leather. Protagonist of the sleeping area, designed also for room-centre use, it is defined by its contemporary character, however it is able to keep the value of a profound memory in manufacture alive.


Wood and hide.


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