The story of Euromobil Established in 1972 is a remarkable case history, even in the regional business context of Veneto, which abounds in successful model industries. This story concerns a company that began from the second half of the 80s with the size and mentality of a small business throughout the cleverness of choices the property, composed by the brothers Antonio, Gaspare, Fiorenzo and Giancarlo has always adopted. It has profoundly changed to become one of the largest industrial groups in the challenging furnishing business. The Group’s concept of furniture making has changed to provide a true centre of design and consultation for home furnishings, with the production of custom-made kitchens in short delivery terms. Among the goals we can say we have achieved, the most important has been the industrial optimization of furnishing products, which enables us to offer a better quality/price ratio.
The family Lucchetta born from these assumptions and with two strong characters, Luigi and Luigia, a husband and a wife, armed with nine children, then become eight, five males and four females. Luigia manages the house, with gentleness and determination together, Louigi worked for ten years when he is a child early, but already a craftsman with golden hands. When you grab the wood never fails to forms that can realize and shape: his desire is for children to themselves create their own space, especially since with the major, Antonio, began to create something on their own. From the first small business, Mobilificio Lucchetta Luigi & Sons, kicks off an exciting and amazing that today is the reality of Euromobil Group.
That house full of voices, from those tables where the father talks and the others listen was born the fire of a passion that has transformed a small company into a company that is one of the strengths of working northeast. This family has somehow Venetian art in the blood and, hence, with the desire to meet the artists, painters and sculptors, along with sports champions. This is the framework on which to build a case history of communication that has few precedents in Italy and in the rest of Europe.