Architecture and Interior Design Exhibition Casa FOA 2015

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Casa FOA is the most important yearly exhibition in which decorators, architects, designers, and landscape architects, selected for their talent and prestige, showcase the local and international trends in architecture, interior design, and landscaping. 
The exhibition, that celebrates it´s 30th anniversary this year, will be held from October 23rd to November 30th, 2015, at an old French style mansion built in 1906, located on Basavilbaso 1233, in the neighborhood of Retiro.
Casa FOA was born in 1985 as an initiative of Mercedes Malbrán de Campos and a group of ladies with the purpose of raising funds for the Argentine Ophthalmology Foundation "Jorge Malbrán" (FOA). With a growing success, Casa FOA has become one the most important events in the country´s cultural agenda.
The strategic selection of the venues and the careful and profound restoration of the chosen buildings give every edition of Casa FOA an indisputable value for the community, making it possible to associate its name not only to Argentine design but also to the preservation of buildings of great historic and cultural value, like: Casa de la Moneda (1995), Hotel de Inmigrantes (2000), Monasterio de Santa Catalina (2001), Casa del Patio de la Reconquista (2003), Hotel Avenida de Mayo (1991), Puerto Madero Dock 5 (1993), Palacio Alcorta (1994), Tattersal de Palermo (1998) Apostadero Naval (2000), Terrazas de Buenos Aires (2002), Tribuna II Palermo (2004), Puerto de Frutos de Tigre (2008), Edificio Tornquist (2013), Abadía de San Benito (2014), among others.

Dates: October 23 - November 30, 2015.
Location: Basavilbaso 1233, Retiro, Buenos Aires
Opening hours: 
Every day 1 pm to 9 pm
Thuerdays and Fridays: 1 pm to 12 am
Tickets on sale at the venue
Entre Fee: AR$ 130
Monday to Friday: Students and Pensioners 20% discount

More information: Casa FOA official website.

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1 comment:

  1. Oh I wish I was there ... I love those design exhibitions !

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