ESPASSO is proud to announce that it will be one of the sites opening for Open House New York on October 14, 2017.
We will be hosting two open dialogue talks from 1pm-2pm with architect Matthew Bremer from Architecture in Formation.
OHNY is an annual weekend-long event, where normally off-limits sites and attractions in New York open their doors to the public for one weekend only.
Visitors will be able to see more than 200 locations throughout the eventful weekend. From historic buildings, architectural masterpieces and landmarks to the best New York attractions, this is the perfect opportunity to explore and celebrate New York’s history and architecture.
ESPASSO N. Moore will be open from 11am – 6pm on Saturday, October 14.
We look forward to seeing you here!
ESPASSO N. Moore
38N. Moore Street
TriBeCa, New York
ESPASSO NY and ESPASSO Annex/ Luciana Brito – NY Project will be open from 6-8pm on Wednesday, September 27, to welcome visitors who will be following Tribeca Art+Culture Night tours and venues.
We would like to invite you to join the two tours that will be passing by ESPASSO Annex and ESPASSO NY.
The first tour starts at 6:30pm from ESPASSO Annex/ Luciana Brito – NY Project (186 Franklin St.) and will be a guided tour by design curator Aiden O’Connor which will focus on the relationship between art and design.
The second, which starts at 7:00pm from Cheryl Hazan Gallery, will be guided by curator Jasa McKenzie and will explore how facets of design can be applied to fine art.
Tribeca Art+Culture Night is a quarterly local festival that celebrates culture at large in Tribeca. This urban festival is specifically designed to embrace the diversity of creative expressions from drawing to design to crafts and much more. The event brings NYC’s community together around exhibitions, performances, talks and workshop.
For more information, please visit Tribeca Art+Culture Night website
We look forward to seeing you!
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.
186 Franklin Street
New York, NY 10013
Monday-Saturday: By appointment only
Italian business and lifestyle magazine “The Good Life” featured Jorge Zalszupin’s “JZ” Tea Trolley on the publication’s 9th edition.
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.
Architectural Digest Editors picked Espasso’s exhibition “Mole Armchair: 60 Years” as one of the top design happenings from New York’s Design Fairs.
Dezeen Magazine offered a peek at the amenity spaces available to residents moving into Herzog & de Meuron’s newest skyscraper in Tribeca, New York. The reading room features Sergio Rodrigues’ “Diz” armchair.
The private facilities, also designed by the Swiss architects, span 17,000 square feet (1,5880 square meters) across the ninth and 10th floors of the 60-storey building at 56 Leonard Street.
Work on the skyscraper completed earlier this year. Its stacked form, which houses 145 residences, has resulted in comparisons to wooden block game Jenga.
The tower is topped with 10 penthouses, while one corner of the ground level appears to be supported by a bulbous mirrored sculpture by artist Anish Kapoor.
Photo courtesy Dezeen and Photographer Alexander Severin
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.
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.
This Thursday October 30th, a few TriBeCa design showrooms will be open after business hours, offering drinks and showing off their unique collections. Along ESPASSO NY, rug company Carini Lang and Chinese antique shop Abhaya will stay open til 8:30pm, all within a five-block radius from each other.