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DCOTA Summer Market's International Day
Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA)
A monthlong summer market continues during International Day. Join Modern Luxury Interiors South Florida Editor Drew Limsky as he moderates an enlightening panel discussion on international influences on South Florida with local experts. The panel will be followed by an open house in many of the DCOTA showrooms.
- Nevio Boccaner - Executive Director, Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Southeast
- Carlos Mariaca - Current Board Member and 2013 President of the Brazilian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida
- Jay Parker - CEO, Douglas Elliman Real Estate
A lunch reception will follow at Inside Out, Suite B-216. Then visit these other DCOTA showrooms for a complete international experience:
Andrew Martin, Suite C-126
1:00PM – 4:00PM “The Girl from Ipanema” – Stop by to see the launch of Ipanema (Rio De Janeiro) Inspired Fabric Collection. Caipirinha and Brazillian appetizers will be served.
Baker & McGuire, Suite A-200
Stop by and preview all that’s new at Baker and McGuire. Refreshments will be served.
Duralee Fabrics, Suite C-100
Showcasing new indoor/outdoor fabric and new collection of indoor/outdoor trims. Refreshments will be served.
E. M. Soberon, Inc., Suite C-154
Stop by to see a Vast Collection of Exotic Live Edge Furniture. Enjoy viewing assorted wood pieces on display; innovative and gorgeous organic furniture and sculptures and the exquisite Nuevo Collection from Taracea.
Innovations, Suite C-470
Innovations Summer Garden Party
Stop by between 12 to 4 to enjoy refreshments and an exciting array of new wallcoverings in the showroom-turned-garden.
Judith Norman, Suite A-250
You are invited to view the Ralph Lauren Home Collection, their newest addition! Be sure to ask a sales associate about our new resource program geared to help designers get their job done quickly.
Giovanni Rossi Fine Art, Suite C-220
Come by to check out a “mystery” graffiti artist create a work of live art, which is to be auctioned off for charity.