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ESPASSO partners with Dado Castello Branco for Casa Cor Miami

 

ESPASSO is proud to announce our partnership with designer and architect Dado Castello Branco on the first edition of Casa Cor Miami.

This year, CASACOR – America’s most important collective exhibition on interior design, architecture, and landscape – celebrates its 30th anniversary with its inaugural North American exhibition with CASACOR Miami.

The CASACOR Miami Urban Lifestyle Design Residence will take place in RISE at Brickell City Centre, where more than 20 world-renowned and emerging design professionals will be presented the latest trends in interior furnishings, color, textiles, lighting, home accessories, as well as art, music, and global culture.

The space designed by Dado Castello Branco features The “JZ” Trolley and PO-801 armchair by Jorge Zalszupin, Balanço chair by Lina Bo Bardi, Aranha coffee table by Branco & Preto, and Trinco Stool by Lia Siqueira.

More images to come.

When:
December 1 – 18, 2017
See the complete schedule here.

Where:
RISE at Brickell City Centre
88 SW 7th Street
Miami, Florida, 33130

Espasso Hosts Brunch to Celebrate Stella, Etel and Giz

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During Miami Art Basel, ESPASSO celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Stella chair, a beloved piece by design icon Sergio Rodrigues. First created in 1956, Sergio Rodrigues’ “Stella” armchair comes in two versions: with a low or high back. ESPASSO fans might already be familiar with the Stella’s low version, but we are proud to add the first ever re-edition of the high back armchair to our collection this holiday season.

ESPASSO’s Em Trânsito at The Shore Club, Miami, Roundup

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Amid the ever-growing buzz of Miami during fair season, ESPASSO’s presentation Em Trânsito, at the Shore Club, captivated the scene with never before seen Brazilian design.  Exhibited pieces included new re-editions by Sergio RodriguesJorge Zalszupin and Oscar Niemeyer as well as limited editions by Carlos MottaClaudia Moreira SallesEtel CarmonaFernando Mendes and Zanini de Zanine.  The effervescent opening and after-party brought many of the exhibited Brazilian designers to Miami, such as Motta, Isay Weinfeld, Salles, Carmona, Mendes and Zanine, as well as a diverse guest list that included co-hosts Carlos Junqueira of ESPASSO,  Wallpaper’s Tony Chambers and The Shore Club’s Ziel Feldman, artists Marina Abramovic and Leah Singer, Dave Macklovitc – lead singer and guitarist of Chromeo, DJ Obi Tawil, Osklen’s Oskar Metsavah and Rogerio Fasano, among others. Check more about Em Trânsito here.