Euromobil Group with its three brands – Euromobil kitchens, Zalf  furniture and Désirée sofas – is well aware of the importance of safeguarding the environment: an essential issue in modern business that involves both production processes and individual products. Thanks to this attitude towards environmental issues, Euromobil Group was selected by Edgar Hernan Parra, general manager of MPS Teorema Ingenieria, as the supplier for the complete furnishings of the first house in Latin America to gain LEED For Homes certification in the Gold category.

This is an international certification granted to buildings for energy efficiency, ecological footprint, innovation and design.


The project was implemented by the Colombian architect Diego Ospina, the worksite architect Luis Medina, the Swiss engineer René Hussy and interior designer Merce Robledo. Casa Fenix ​​Rionegro is located in the city of Medellin, the capital of the Antioquia department in Colombia. The strategic location of the villa, the efficient use of energy and water, the use of sustainable materials and the quality of the environment inside are just some of the many advantages that led to the certification .


Euromobil Group, the Italian company of reference in the furnishings sector, has been an ideal partner for this challenge for the protection and well-being of the environment. The company is pursuing a project for a “Culture of ecosustainable innovation” that sums up the key points of a corporate philosophy that applies to both manufacturing processes and products.


Euromobil Group has developed many furnishing solutions for Casa Fenix ​​Rionegro: the FiloE25 kitchen and living area with suspended Puzzle12 pieces by Euromobil. The Main and Calla chairs, the Monopoli cabinets, accessorized wardrobes, and the suspended bookcases by Zalf. And, finally, by Désirée, the Glow-in tables and sofas, the One Flo armchair, the Oplà sofabed, the Alun Up, Zenit, Dedalo Up and Chance Up beds, along with the Kara armchair, coordinated with the ottoman.