Lapalma Lem Stool Powder Coated Frame
In 1969, man landed on the moon in the LEM (Lunar Excursion Module). In 2000, at the turn of the millennium, the LEM stool was created, one of the symbols of Lapalma's style. The same lightness, the same absence of gravity, which, in the void created by the design, fosters its relationship with the environment. And like the Apollo 11, it could not bear unnecessary weights, therefore this amazing chair incorporated all functions in a highly elegant minimalist profile. Only the essential, the rest stayed on the ground.
Shin Azumi was born in Kobe, Japan in 1965. After finishing his MA in Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art in 1994, he started working as a designer and in 2005, he established his own firm ?a studio’ in London. His works have been widely published and awarded both in Europe and in Japan and shown in exhibitions in museums such as Victoria & Albert Museum (UK), Design Museum (UK), British Council (UK), and Vitra Design Museum (Germany). His works were also acquired as permanent collection by Stedelijk Museum (Holland), Crafts Council (UK), and Die Neue Sammlung (Germany).