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.
December 1 – 18, 2017
See the complete schedule here.
RISE at Brickell City Centre
88 SW 7th Street
Miami, Florida, 33130
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!
On Wednesday, September 6th, Carlos Junqueira and Luciana Brito celebrated the opening of “Ruptura” – an in-depth exhibition of work by the São Paulo-based Grupo Ruptura.
Grupo Ruptura founded the Brazilian concrete art movement, which espoused the creation of universally apprehensible compositions through the use of color and geometry in sync with a modernizing society.
Espasso Annex / Luciana Brito NY Project, is an original collaboration between Carlos Junqueira and Luciana Brito aiming to explore the convergence of design and art through a Brazilian perspective.
The exhibition will be on view from September 6 – November 6, 2017 at ESPASSO Annex/ Luciana Brito NY Project at 186 Franklin Street in TriBeCa.
On September 07, the Campana Brothers celebrated the opening of their latest exhibition, HYBRIDISM.
Friedman Benda gallery is presenting Fernando and Humberto Campana in an immersive exhibition devoted to the theme of hybridism. The works are assemblages of materials and visual themes drawn from the Brothers’ immediate surroundings and will include deeply personal reflections and gestures juxtaposed with classical motifs.
Hybridism, informed by details, moods, and emotions, marks a point of departure for Estudio Campana as its most sculptural body of work to date. Humberto Campana explains, “With this exhibition we are playing much more with sculpture than with functionality. We manifest a dialogue between designer, artist, and sculptor. Fernando and I try to jump into the assemblage process unconsciously, allowing us a freedom and immediacy that goes beyond our practice to date.”
Campana Brothers: HYBRIDISM
September 7 – October 14, 2017
Friedman Benda, New York, NY
Photo courtesy of Friedman Benda
Architectural Digest Editors picked Espasso’s exhibition “Mole Armchair: 60 Years” as one of the top design happenings from New York’s Design Fairs.