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Step Inside the CASACOR Miami Show House

The Brazilian interior designer show house has brought 25,000 square feet of top-notch design to the city

By Lauren Goodman

“I chose the word amalgam because it’s a mixture of different styles,” designer Tamara Feldman says when asked to describe her room. The Art Deco marble tile floor, midcentury details, and more speak to the fact that Feldman drew inspiration from both her upbringing in Mexico City and her time spent studying in Japan. Throughout her sophisticated living room, a series of details stand out: Custom fluted white oak by Davila Woodwork lines the walls, while rich geometric hand-carved emerald green and black Marquina marble can also be seen. The furniture included is by Minotti, while Feldman went to Flos to source her light fixtures. Finally, artworks by Robert Thiele depicting iconic faces, like that of Marilyn Monroe, convey a sense of glamour.

Art Deco marble tile floor, midcentury details, and more
Tamara Feldman’s amalgamation. Seen here is a floor treatment by Elizabeth Sutton. Photo by Kris Tamburello.

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