Green design for your furniture



What is it?


Sustainable design, or also known as eco design, is the design of a product that respects the environment and thus reduces the negative impact on it.

It is a concept that not only implies the use of sustainable materials, but also applies to its conception, design, production, use and disposal.

This concept came to light in the early 1970s, but it was not until the 1990s that the effect of producing a product on the environment began to be examined.




It is based on six factors:

  1. The use of sustainable, recycled and recyclable materials
  2. Energy saving and reduction of consumption
  3. The quality and durability of the product
  4. The guarantee of providing a second life to the product
  5. The presence of a diversity of materials to simplify disassembly and recycling
  6. The use of renewable resources


What is sustainable design?


When we talk about ecodesign, we mean sustainable design, i.e. conscious design based on three main concepts:

– The cyclical nature of production

– The use of renewable energy

– The safety of production


This type of design is advantageous for companies as it reduces consumption and waste and consequently also costs.



Vama Kitchens and green design


For years, Vama has been committed to sustainability through the use of low-emission materials. One example is the use of PET, a 100 % recyclable, environmentally friendly material.

In addition, VAMA has introduced the REP P3 panel, a water-repellent chipboard with low formaldehyde content, certified and compliant with formaldehyde classes F4 STARS – CARB P2 US EPA TSCA Title VI.

Finally, VAMA uses environmentally friendly RENNER paints certified Greenguard Gold for the production of its collections.



In conclusion, it is essential to take care of our planet to ensure a better future. In this sense, design also plays an important role in safeguarding our ecosystem.

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Vama Cucine is an important name in the Made in Italy kitchen sector, with a history that began in the 70s in the Pesaro furniture district, where the production of fitted kitchens has always been synonymous with excellence, recognized not only in Italy, but also in the rest of the world.

Production and warehouse facilities

Via Direttissima del Conero
Industrial Park
60021 Camerano (AN)