Category Archives: Em Trânsito

Wallpaper*: Espasso Brings Brazilian Design to Miami’s Shore Club Hotel in a New Exhibition

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Vazada armchairs by Zanini de Zanine, Pinda and Java armchair by Carlos Motta,

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Benjamin and Moleca armchair and Mocho stool by Sergio Rodrigues.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Suchus stool by Etel Carmona, Grude armchair by Fernando Mendes and Julia Krantz and Jacaranda bench by Zanini de Zanine.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Concreto bench by Claudia Moreira Salles and Farmacinha cabinet by Isay Weinfeld.

Vazada armchair - Zanini de Zanine

Vazada armchair by Zanini de Zanine

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Anette armchair by Jorge Zalszupin.

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ON Desk by Oscar Niemeyer

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Pinda armchair by Carlos Motta

Bojudo vase - Etel Carmona

Bojudo wooden accessory by Etel Carmona.

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“We could never pass up a trip to Brazil, especially if it’s by way of Miami during the Floridian city’s annual design and art extravaganza. Like so many in the creative community, the New York-based Brazilian furniture gallery Espasso has decamped to tropical climes for the week and it has not come empty-handed.  Espasso is presenting Em Trânsito, an exhibition honouring the innovative vibrancy of contemporary Brazilian design. Installed in the all-white, three storey penthouse suite of the iconic Shore Club Hotel in South Beach, the richness of the furniture pieces on display could not be more palpable…” by Pei-Ru Keh for Wallpaper*. Read more here.

ESPASSO’s Em Trânsito Exhibition Opens at The Shore Club, Miami

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Vazada armchairs by Zanini de Zanine, Pinda and Java armchairs by Carlos Motta. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Installation view. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Installation view. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Wooden accessories by Etel Carmona, Foguete floor lamp by Carlos Motta, Anette armchair and ottoman by Jorge Zalszupin and Vazada armchairs by Zanini de Zanine. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Pinda and Java armchairs by Carlos Motta, ON desk by Oscar Niemeyer, Concreto bench by Claudia Moreira Salles and Farmacinha cabinet by Isay Weinfeld. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Concreto bench by Claudia Moreira Salles and Farmacinha cabinet by Isay Weinfeld. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Concreto bench by Claudia Moreira Salles, Farmacinha cabinet by Isay Weinfeld and Tripe floor lamp by Zanini de Zanine. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Benjamim and Moleca armchairs and special edition Mocho stool by Sergio Rodrigues. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami. Suchus stool by Etel Carmona, Grude armchair by Fernando Mendes and Jacaranda bench by Zanini de Zanine. Photo by Justin Namon.

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Opening to the public today, concurrent to the bustling events, exhibitions and parties surrounding Art Basel Miami and Design Miami 2014, is the exhibition Em Trânsito, organized by ESPASSO and co-hosted by Wallpaper* magazine and The Shore Club.  Em Trânsito gathers mid-century reissues, special limited editions and one-of-a-kind pieces by some of the most celebrated 20th century Brazilian architects and designers.  With aims to share treasures from the past and present, some of  the exhibition’s highlights include the US launch of the ON desk re-edition, originally designed by legendary architect Oscar Niemeyer in the 1990’s, and of the Anette armchair and ottoman designed by Jorge Zalszupin in the 1960’s.  Other freshly launched re-editions are the Moleca armchair and ottoman by Sergio Rodrigues, and the special 60-year anniversary edition of his iconic Mocho stool.  Contemporary designs include the captivating Grude armchair by Fernando Mendes, the sculptural Concreto bench by Claudia Moreira Salles, impressive solid wood hand-crafted pieces by Zanini de Zanine, the quirky Farmacinha cabinet by Isay Weinfeld, the elegant Suchus stool by Etel Carmona and the show-stopper Pinda armchair by Carlos Motta. Em Transito will be on view through December 7th from 11am to 7pm, and through January 8th by appointment.