Viso Collective Curates Pop-up Installation with Designers’ Personal Items

05.20.19 | By
Viso Collective Curates Pop-up Installation with Designers’ Personal Items
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Visa Project, a lifestyle collective started by David Vivirido and Francesco Sourigues in 2018, will present their second pop-up exhibition in New York during NYCxDESIGN and ICFF.

Entitled Viso Collective installation 2.0, their exhibit will be open to the public from May 10-22 in a sprawling 5,000-square-foot industrial space in TriBeCa.

The three main installations include personal items by designers and friends Andre Mellone, Giancarlo Valle and Michael Bargo and show the latest Viso items in the context of a home.

Making a debut this year is Viso Re-Done: a collection featuring vintage furniture repurposed with Viso’s exclusive fabrics with the help of artist Jessica Hans, as well as new homeware items.

All items within the space—even the designer’s own items—are available for purchase.

The Viso brand is known for their collaborative, capsule collections of singular items in limited editions such as ceramics, homeware and furniture. Their products can be purchased at MATCHESFASHION.COM, Moda Operandi, LUISAVIAROMA, The Conran Shop, Sight Unseen, A/D/O, Voo Store, Monologue and County Ltd.

Photos by Pippa Drummond.

Keshia grew up in Singapore and moved to the U.S. to attend Dartmouth College. When she was living abroad after graduation, a chance enrollment at the Architectural Association Visiting School led to her becoming enamored with door schedules and architectural écriture. She's particularly interested in design for aging, rural architecture, and Asian design heritage.