industry insider | Oct 17, 2016 |
Fashion-inspired interiors debut in Artefacto’s ‘Design House’
Boh staff
By STAFF

The sixth iteration of Brazilian furnishings brand Artefacto’s “Design House” explores the relationship between interior design and high-end fashion. Opened last week in the brand’s Coral Gables, Florida, showroom, the exhibit features the work of nine design firms, each vignette drawing influence from international fashion houses and incorporating Artefacto’s fall/winter product.

Among the designers and their fashion-house inspirations are Alison Antrobus and Ruby Ramirez (Antrobus+Ramirez) and Stella McCartney; Cary Fernandez and Dolce & Gabbana; Cristina and Monica Souza (Avant Design) and Tom Ford; Daniela Saliba and Emilio Pucci; Jader Almeida and Balenciaga; Luciana Fragali (Design Solutions) and Victoria Beckham; Marisol Pinto and Brunello Cucinelli; Mirtha Arriaran and Valentino; and Susy Acosta and Lanvin. Browse the spaces: 

The designs will remain in place until fall 2017. 

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