CASACOR Miami to debut international design exhibit in December

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CASACOR, described as the largest and most complete architecture, interior, and landscaping design exhibition in the Americas, is coming to Miami on Dec. 1 with the exhibition running for 18 days until Dec. 18 at the Brickell City Centre (BCC)

CASACOR Miami follows the main theme of “urban living experience.” However, other themes are also incorporated into the exhibition to appeal to a wide range of tastes. It will be installed at one of BCC’s residental towers, RISE, where three penthouses measuring over 20,000 sq. ft. will be opened for public viewing. Organizers say renowned architects, interior designers and landscapers across the world will also be in attendance.

The exhibition aims to bring together world-class design through collaborations with more than 20 established and emerging international designers and artists. It will feature the latest interior furnishings, color trends, textiles, lighting and home accessories from Suchi Reddy of New York’s Reddymade Design, Guilherme Torres of Brazil’s Studio Guilherme Torres, Fernando Wong of Florida’s Fernando Wong Outdoor Living Design, sculptor Frida Baranek of Brazil, and Pininfarina Design of Italy.

As part of the event, various speakers will cover subjects ranging from urban architecture to international design trends in the CASACOR Miami Lecture Series.

“Many ideas have evolved in the 30-year history of CASACOR in Latin America, and we look forward to showcasing Miami’s character through its eclectic growth in design, art, culture and its undeniable global appeal in a beautiful, urban environment,” says Lucio Grimaldi, chief executive officer of CASACOR Miami.

During the exhibition, participants can meet home and landscape design professionals as well as top magazine editors and design brands representative. The experiential showcase will also enable them to engage in interactive demonstrations to learn new ideas that they can apply to their own design or living spaces.