Category Archives: ESPASSO

Espasso Annex is now open!

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Espasso Annex, the latest venture from Espasso founder Carlos Junqueira, is a gallery dedicated to showcasing vintage and limited edition Brazilian furniture. In addition, the Annex has forged a collaboration with Sao Paulo’s Luciana Brito Galeria – one of the leading art galleries in Brazil. As part of Luciana Brito’s New York Project, three curated exhibitions will be presented throughout the next twelve months.

Espasso Annex was created as a compliment to nearby Espasso, to meet the growing demand of its customers for vintage and rare furniture by its roster of acclaimed Brazilian designers. The new location will allow the original Espasso, and its locations in Los Angeles, Miami and London, to expand upon its exclusive collection of contemporary designers, including re-edition furniture and accessories.

Espasso Annex  
186 Franklin Street
New York, NY  10013

Monday-Saturday: By appointment only
Sunday: Closed

Phone: 212.219.0017
Fax: 212.219.0044

“JZ” Tea Trolley featured on “The Good Life” Italia

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Italian business and lifestyle magazine “The Good Life” featured Jorge Zalszupin’s “JZ” Tea Trolley on the publication’s 9th edition.

Mole Armchair: 60 Years

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ESPASSO New York celebrated, on May 22, the opening of  “Mole Armchair: 60 Years”, a new exhibition celebrating the 60th anniversary of Sergio Rodrigues’ iconic “Mole” armchair, designed in 1957.

In celebration of its 60th anniversary, sixty limited-edition, made to order, Mole armchair and ottoman are now available to purchase worldwide, and sold exclusively by ESPASSO in the US and the UK.

The ESPASSO exhibition will allow clients, collectors and visitors to dive into the world of Mole and Sergio’s easy spirit and playfulness. While, the main focus of the gallery will be the 60th anniversary of the Mole chair, the exhibition will also display other furniture pieces that represent Sergio’s work and international design relevance.

The exhibition will be open until June 16, at 38 N Moore Street in TriBeCa.

Tribeca Art Night

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Espasso would like to invite you to visit our gallery on Thursday, March 16 (6-8pm) for the 3rd edition of TriBeCa Art Night. This event promotes the arts in the TriBeCa neighborhood and brings the greater New York city community together around exhibitions, performances, curator-led tours, artist talks and unique workshops.

Fine Tuning

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ESPASSO New York celebrated Claudia Moreira Salles’s new exhibit “Fine Tuning”. The show premiered a new line of limited-edition lamps and never-before-seen furniture designed by Claudia. The event also showcased a new book featuring the “Fine Tuning” lamp series.

The LP Table lamps exemplify a balance of complexity and simplicity in the lightness of their structure against their own bold shadows. It is a highlighted piece in the Fine Tuning collection, now showing at ESPASSO NY.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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Bilhas coffee table (detail) by Claudia Moreira Salles

Em Trânsito Opening at The Shore Club, Miami

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening of ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening of ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening of ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Juliana Vasconcellos, Celso Magalhaes, Izabela Tavais

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Rogerio Fasano, Helene Feldman, Isay Weinfeld, Ziel Feldman, Carlos Motta, Carlos Junqueira

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Josh Weissenstein, Carlos Junqueira, Dave Macklovitch, Obi Tawil, Carlos Motta

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Christian Mussati, Michel Vilair, Maurizio Busati, Federic Bougeard, Roberta Queiroz

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening dinner for ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening dinner for ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Claudia Salles, Carlos Junqueira

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Cristiana Mascarenhas, Lisa Tozzi, Marina Linhares

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Carlos Motta, Isay Weinfeld, Tony Chambers

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Jordan Feldman, Ziel Feldman, Carlos Junqueira, Cristiana Mascarenhas

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Lisa Tozzi, Etel Carmona, Carlos Junqueira, Cristiana Mascarenhas, Zanini de Zanine

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Ingrid Abramovitch, Leah Singer

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Marina Abramovic

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

MarianaMascarenhas, Adriana and Richardo Malfitano.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Carlos Motta, Isay Weinfeld, Carlos Junqueira

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening of ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening of ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

ESPASSO Celebrates the opening of the Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club

Opening of ESPASSO's Em Transito exhibit at The Shore Club, Miami.

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Images of the lively opening of ESPASSO’s Em Trânsito exhibition, co-hosted by Wallpaper* and The Shore Club.

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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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.