Carlos Junqueira was already immersed in a network of Brazilian designers when he decided to open Espasso in 2002. Since then, the Sao Paulo native has channeled his relationships into a “big family” of premier designers of modern and contemporary Brazilian furniture and art showcased in the Tribeca gallery. The gorgeous space features a diverse array of styles that reflect the vibrant blend of cultures that make up modern-day Brazil, and carefully curates exquisitely designed pieces to appeal to a wide variety of tastes. The selection is comprised of core pieces that epitomize each designer and fresh additions, all designed, produced and manufactured in Brazil. Junqueira stresses the tight-knit relationships that characterize the group, all of whom provide inspiration for each other while maintaining their distinctive styles. It is the broad appeal of these styles that led to the opening of Espasso in Los Angeles in 2004, London in 2012 and Miami in 2015. Espasso is dedicated to conserving and exhibiting the traditions of Brazil’s 20th century design through unique relationships with each designer and flawless presentation of fine craftsmanship.Show lessRead more

    38 N Moore Street , New York (Hudson Street, Varick Street)


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