Gruppo Euromobil took to the skies with its three key brands: Euromobil Cucine, Zalf Mobili and Désirée Divani, travelling from Italy to France, to collaborate with French building network ARLOGIS on the design of 20 modern, luxury villas in the sunny Alsace region of France.
Adding a continental twist to the French schemes, Gruppo Eurombil’s range of furniture is both designed and crafted in Italy with exquisite details that neatly reflect its Italian heritage. The company supplied an array of designs for every space form the kitchen to living area, to bedrooms and home offices, with the brief of crafted a co-ordinated but comfortable style, with a focus on environmentally friendly adaptations.
The collection of contemporary villas features large balconies, private gardens, capacious garages and clean, green heart – successfully complying with the country’s standards of low-energy consuming buildings, through the use of sustainable materials and high-end energy-saving appliances. Fortunately, these aims for an eco-efficient scheme were also met by Gruppo Euromobil’s Eco-Sustainable Innovation Culture scheme which ensures that the company’s use of materials and production processes consider sustainability and eco-consciousness as a primary objective – allowing for guilt-free great design.
The company’s FiloE25 oak collection was used in the kitchen area, in a clean, crisp white finish and Main chair and bars stools in a matching serene hue. The designers continued this light, bright scheme throughout the open plan space, with a mass of white furniture leading from the kitchen cabinetry all the way to the Glow-in sofas and Kara armchairs. However, though this space encapsulates a bright, open and capacious feel, vibrant accents such as the lime green pendant light over the dining table, vivid artwork adorning the walls and array of blossoming flowers enliven the large space – injecting warmth, colour and character.Gruppo Euromobil | gruppoeuromobil.com