April 21, 2017
Marisol Pinto, Miami, Florida
“Inspiration was derived from the bright colors of a Miami sunrise; a fashion soirée on the beach; the classic style of Manhattan; and the elegance of a London loft."
Karla Pohlmann, Miami, Florida
"The space was inspired and designed as a reflection of the freshness of Miami; as the soul of a diverse and exhilarating city."
Suzy Acosta, Dania Beach, Florida
"I decided to surround Artefacto’s furniture with light and a sense of nature by using a porcelain floor that evokes wood. Natural linens and lamps resemble part of a branch."
Daniela Saliba, Miami, Florida
“The intention of affording a subtle coastal feeling mixed with a metropolitan atmosphere brings a personal detail to the picture and conveys my nostalgia of my Brazilian background connecting with my affection for Miami."
João Armentano, São Paulo, Brazil
“Miami is a cool, fresh, and modern city with high energy people . . . to reflect this, vibrant tones and textures currently in trend were used . . . expressing personality and sophistication without being uptight or conservative."
Stanley Matz, Miami, Florida
“Just another sunny day in beautiful Miami surrounded by chic outdoor furniture. Life's a beach!"
Gisela Martin, Coral Gables, Florida
"This time I wanted to stay in touch with Mother Nature by using organic materials such as clay, brick and wood . . . the look of a chic, urban loft that naturally welcomes guests.”
Mirtha Arriaran, Miami, Florida
"The timelessness of what [God] represents anchors my design: black and white for his transparency, a variety of textures for his elegance, large scale elements for his power."
Valéria Lopes, Miami, Florida
"I knew I wanted to create a room that would welcome both him and her. I sought to create an elegant yet cozy atmosphere by blending warm colors with natural textures.”
Debora Aguiar, São Paulo, Brazil
"The social, central living room is framed by a wood pergola and intertwined with linen gauze fabric allowing light to pass and create an intimate welcoming area."
Brazilian luxury furniture manufacturer Artefacto has unveiled its 2013 Design House exhibition, displaying diverse interior interpretations from 11 international designers. Each designer used Artefacto's neutral, natural furnishings to create a vignette showcasing the brand's versatility and functionality while encapsulating their personal point of views. The results are rooms with saturated accent walls, monochrome thematics, and calming adornments.
17651 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305-931-9484, artefacto.com