Art, Design and Architecture

Benefiting Habitat for Humanity

ChiAlma Lifestyle is proud to present Art, Design and Architecture for Habitat for Humanity: a socially oriented, one of a kind event where art, design and architecture come together to contribute to the present global awakening towards a more sustainable world by pointing to the importance of donating, recycling and reclaiming to build a new way in which human beings create their habitat.

As one of the participating galleries from Wynwood Art District, 36 Street ChiAlma will host an event to launch the Art Basel season by creating a space titled “The Departure Lounge”, which was inspired by NBC6 news anchor Joel Connable and was featured at the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show with donated items from The Habitat for Humanity ReStore. All of the galleries on 36th street, along with a designer and a celebrity, have created an installation that inspires the image of the “stage space” and promotes the concept of Donate, Recycle, Reclaim and Build.

This is a two-part event with the opening ceremony taking place on November 20 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. to unveil the “stage space.” The event will also feature Chocolates from Chuao Chocaletier, White Ginger Pomegranate Teas from Tea Salon NY, and Funky music by DJ Snezana of Nikki Beach Worldwide. The closing event will be an Art “Bagel” Brunch to be held on December 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for the presentation of a scavenger hunt where guests can participate in collecting clues woven into the art of participating galleries. The winner will be announced at the event and will receive a gift of art. Every completed Donated – Recycled – Reclaimed designed space will be displayed with the intent of being sold during this event. Proceeds benefit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Among the galleries participating in this great event are Abba Fine Art, Art Rouge Gallery, ChiAlma, Independent Visual Art Gallery, Hardcore Gallery, Milou Gallery and Urban Icons Studio.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 19 to, or 305-573-1685.

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