Over the years, design houses have become a quintessential way to make the world of interior design and décor one of experiential enjoyment. What better way to appreciate the talents of designers and decorators than to see their work first hand, after all? To that end, it’s no surprise that Artefacto owner, Paulo Bacchi has chosen to partner with 11 of the greatest local design talents to create a wonderland of design that will exist as Artefacto Design House ’11.
New to Miami, the show house promises to feature the work of 11 top international designers from 9 Miami-based design studios in the form of uniquely curated vignettes. From mock living rooms and bedrooms, to designs specific to outdoor living, the works of art will be on show in the window displays of Artefacto’s Village of Merrick Park showroom.
Some of the participants will include such big-name designers as Briggs Solomon whose work is coveted by the most discerning clients around the globe. Solomon is most recently noted for his local projects for some of the most notable actors and athletes.
In true Artefacto form, the vignettes will speak to the multicultural influences making waves in the world of design today—an appropriate platform in a city where international influences reign supreme. And this visual treat acts as a nod to the community in other ways as well, primarily through its commitment to one of Miami’s most cherished fundraisers, Zo’s Summer Groove, an event benefitting Alonzo Mourning Charities’ Overtown Youth Center and Honey Shine Mentoring Program.