Doral's New Resident

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A decade ago, Brazilian luxury furnishing magnate Paulo Bacchi saw an emerging market in South Florida and moved himself and his family to Miami to open their company’s first U.S. outpost in Coral Gables. Now, his eyes are set on yet another emerging market—this time in Doral, where there’s been a recent uptick in the development of high-end residences. This fall, Bacchi is scheduled to open Artefacto Warehouse Concept, where three branded collections will be housed: Artefacto Basic, featuring accessible pricing on the brand’s most coveted living and dining room products; Artefacto Outdoor, which includes luxury waterproof furnishings; and discontinued pieces at reduced prices from the brand’s pricier collections. (Artefacto Warehouse Concept, 3290 NW 79th Avenue, Doral; artefacto.com.)

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