“We are highly satisfied with this 2015 edition of the Salone – states Gaspare Lucchetta, Gruppo Euromobil AD – for two reasons; first of all for the popularity of all the propositions presented on our stand, visited by lots of people every day, way beyond our expectations, confirming the role of Gruppo Euromobil as a benchmark for retailers and contractors. The second reason worthy of note is the positive sensation of recovery in the air, with renewed enthusiasm for Italian design evident in the large number of foreign visitors, especially from Asia, who followed up on purchases with our group from India, China, USA and Russia."
The planners and designers who work with the three Group companies and have designed many of the new items exhibited at the Salone include: Marc Sadler who designed the LZ bookcase for Zalf and the Savoye sofa for Désirée, and Setsu&Shinobu Ito who created the Dabliu-in bookcase and console for Zalf and for Désirée the Wing armchair, whose lightweight sinuous structure seems ready to take flight.
"The Salone is certainly the most important international event in the furniture trade, as we can see from the extremely high standard of the exhibits and the great number of visitors. It has reconfirmed the value and attraction of Italian design, a success story in terms of originality and innovation, and the manufacturing ability of our companies which fascinates everyone.” – adds architect Roberto Gobbo, the Group’s designer supervisor – The unique exclusive nature of “Total Home Design” by Gruppo Euromobil was perfectly expressed. The global harmony made possible by our three brands fully represents contemporary living where interior décor solutions integrate with modern technologies and volumes and colours fill space dynamically due to the use of outstanding materials. In this 2015 edition Total Home Design took hold as a democratic idea of affordable design, with a single aim: to guarantee those who choose it wellbeing and a quality of life that really lasts over time."