Blog: Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables hosts successful home accessory show and gift sale
The Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables (HPACG) recently hosted a home accessory show and gift sale featuring a variety of unique home accessories and gift items.
The show was staged in a newly constructed Mediterranean Revival mansion facing the Granada Golf Course, located at 2000 North Greenway Drive. Built by Eduardo Goudie of Gregan Construction Corp., this venue proved to be a beautiful backdrop for the Preview cocktail party and Show.
In addition to the more than 20 vendors who showcased high quality items from around the world, Designer Bobby Berk created a fully furnished living room for the benefit of the show. Pastazzi Restaurant of south Miami donated a delicious sampling of their pastas and menu items.
Attendees included Gay Bondurant; Magda Quiros, Prudential FL Realty; Alba Biondi; Yamila Sardiñas, Mike Sardiñas, Sardiñas Architects; Jazmin Ruiz, Jazmin Ruiz Designs; Eduardo Goudie, Gregan Construction; Emma Blanco; Barbara Lutz; Lisa Bennett; Ann Goodman; Alicia Kossick; Sara Anderson and Venny Torre.
Alicia Kossick of Coral Gables, an interior designer of historic homes, was the Chair of the event. Proceeds benefit the Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables, a non-profit Florida corporation dedicated to the preservation, restoration and use of Coral Gables historic properties.