Casacor in Lima 2022

Date: Tuesday, 24 May 2022 - Sunday, 03 July 2022

Casacor which over the past nearly 3 decades developed into the most important and largest architecture, interior design and landscaping exhibition in Peru, is back after the forced Covid pause at a new location in Santiago de Surco, Lima.

For six weeks 60 architects, interior designers, decorators and landscape designers will present their creative and innovative work in the four houses created in the 1970s and 80s by the architects Miguel Cruchaga, Sergio Fernández, Ernesto Aramburú, Germán Costa and Luis Santistevan for the Majluf family on a beautiful 10,000 m2 property. The spaces are designed with the focus on well-being, harmony, balance, and comfort while being sustainable, diverse and tasteful.

Visitors can expect lots of creativity, art, new trends, evolving technology and good taste.

Casacor as well features a restaurant (Señor Honey at House 2), a café (Lynch Café at House 3), a sushi bar (Hanzo Comida Nikkei at House 4), an enoteca (Club de la Cata at House 3) and the Barranco Beer Company which next to amazing food and drinks are created to serve as a meeting point.  

Av. Circunvalación El Golf Los Incas 1000, Santiago de Surco, Lima
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  • From Tuesday, 24 May 2022 to Sunday, 03 July 2022
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