We work with the most skilled sound specialists, cabinet makers, and upholsterers who have refined their craftsmanship for generations. Our sound furniture is designed, developed and produced in Denmark by cabinet makers, who ensure you that the furniture craftsmanship is in the best quality, where even the smallest detail is polished by hand.
We only work with the best in their field, which helps ensure that we recycle excess materials so that together we can take care of the environment and exclusively put our imprint in the interior design of your home.
We use wood from sustainable forestry, which is FSC-certified and ensures that the wood comes from legal sustainable forestry where a new tree is planted for each cut down, and the nature and the working conditions of the workers are taken care of. The wood is hand-picked and carefully inspected to ensure high quality that can live for many years. Every time we sell a Lemus HOME piece of sound furniture, we plant another new tree in the Danish folk forests.
We use sustainable textiles from Danske Gabriel which provides a fascinating interplay of contrasts in the non-directional structure. The fabric is 100% Trevira CS with fire retardant properties and is without heavy metals. Our textiles are EU eco-labeled, meet all requirements and is STANDARD 100 from OEKO-TEX, which ensures that no hazardous chemicals are used in production and you only get the best quality.
Since we started planting trees, we have planted 1500 trees in collaboration with the Growing trees network foundation, and we plant a tree regardless of if you buy a sound piece of furniture for DKK 25,000 or a pair of headphones for DKK 899.
Furthermore, all products in the Lemus HOME collection are designed with a long life cycle and revolutionary electronics, which are continuously updated to the latest technology to avoid products that quickly become obsolete and thus are replaced quickly. We work with a cradle-to-cradle approach in both our design and production process.
We have moved our production to Denmark to reduce our CO2 emissions, so we can make sure that we make the least possible impact on the environment.
For Lemus, it is important to integrate social, societal and environmental considerations into everything we do. That is why Lemus works with a CSR policy that focuses on good conditions for workers, the environment and our common future.
In 2018, Lemus won the German Design Award and in 2019 the European Product Design Award for the innovative solution for the home, which is designed, developed, and produced in Denmark, with wood from sustainable sources as well as organic and sustainable textile details from Danish Gabriel.
Good, well-produced, long-lasting design products with the potential to be used for many years also have a positive effect on the environmental footprint. All products in the Lemus HOME collection are therefore designed with a long life cycle and revolutionary electronics, which are continuously updated to the latest technology.
The Lemus HOME collection is software-based, so we can always update your Lemus HOME to the latest technology and make continuous improvements. Lemus also makes a great effort to reduce the sound furniture's power consumption when not in use. Minimal power is used to keep Wi-Fi running so you can easily and quickly play, but the products go to sleep as soon as they are not in use so we can reduce the use of energy.
Recycling is a major focus point within our production and we are constantly working to be able to come up with new innovative solutions that can be recycled as much as possible and included in new life cycle processes. We use recyclable wood from sustainable sources as well as ecologically sustainable textiles for the Lemus HOME collection, so we can use materials from sustainable sources.
The Lemus HOME collection is designed, developed and produced in Denmark so that we can minimize our CO2 footprint and offer handmade furniture craftsmanship in top quality.
Although we already design and produce based on sustainable principles, we believe that you can always do more. That's why Lemus has in 2019 entered into a partnership with Growing Trees Foundation to give back to nature and the environment.
For every Lemus product that is sold, Lemus plants a tree in the Danish folk forests. Read more about our work with Growing Trees below:
By planting trees in the Danish folk forests, we contribute to protecting, restoring, and supporting sustainable use of ecosystems on land, promoting sustainable forestry, combating desertification, stopping the depletion of the soil, and the loss of biodiversity. At the same time, we help to ensure sustainable access and management of water and sanitation for all.
With our donation to the Growing Trees Network Foundation, we are helping to plant new folk forests.
New folk forests contribute to:
- Ensuring clean drinking water
- More nature and increased biodiversity
- Creation of new recreational areas
- Storage of CO2 and thus counteracting global warming
As you can read, we at Lemus would rather focus on quality than quantity, and ensure that you can count on us and our product all year round. We believe in good, well-produced, long-lasting design products with the potential to be used for a lifetime. All products in the Lemus HOME collection are designed with a long life cycle and revolutionary electronics, which can be continuously updated to the latest technology without having to replace the entire furniture and speakers.
So when you buy a Lemus HOME sound furniture, remember that the price does not just reflect the cost of the various raw materials. But that it reflects all designs are made of good, solid and environmentally friendly materials, and that the women and men in Denmark who are behind the products - no matter if it is in the development, design or production phase, have good pay and working conditions. And we will never compromise on that.
Say goodbye to unsightly, bombastic speakers as well as bad sound and welcome to this new Danish innovative solution for the home, with consideration for the environment.