Supporting the People of the Americas Through Art and Design

Supporting the People of the Americas Through Art and Design:
Vitri | Living with Art

Design-Build Vitri Corporation launches foundation with an art exhibition featuring internationally acclaimed artists

Miami, FL – ‘Tis the season for giving, and art, in Miami. With a thriving design-build business that integrates design, architecture, development and art for clients such as the premier riverside dining experience  Seaspice among others, Vitri Corporation Founder José Arenas finds this an auspicious time to launch his foundation. He does so with a museum-worthy art exhibition and private opening reception. The exhibition, titled Vitri | Living with Art, opens November 30th and concludes on December 15th.

Vitri Foundation for the Americas aims to improve conditions for the disadvantaged and indigenous throughout the Americas with social and cultural programs and development.  It will be permanently integrated into Arenas’ corporation with a percentage of all proceeds continuously benefitting the foundation. Playing to the charity’s global reach, the pre-Miami Art Week opening reception and exhibition showcases international artists. Works from sculptor Jorge Blanco, abstract photographer Hester, mixed-media artist Carlos Cruz-Diez and UK-based sculptor Kate Matthews will be on display in the 5,000 square feet state-of-the-art Vitri Corporation showroom. The showroom, and headquarters, is located at 1720 NW 23rd Street, Miami.

“This is an opportunity to give back; to give back to Miami, a city of diversity and inclusion where immigrants from everywhere are welcome; to give back to the Americas, as a whole, and my native Peru. I am immensely grateful to my partners and the generosity they have displayed in helping launch Vitri Foundation for the Americas,” said Arenas, CEO and Founder of Vitri Corporation.

José Arenas, like many other “Millennial Entrepreneurs,” has conviction for paying it forward and positively affecting communities through visionary social impact initiatives. His track record of philanthropic activity speaks for itself. It includes volunteerism and monetary support for organizations like K1 Britannia Foundation and Unicef.

Other exhibition partners and sponsors include O. Ascanio Gallery, Petal Production, NET Neighborhood enhancement, Mckenzie and the American Institute of Architects (AIA).


Headquartered in Miami, Vitri Corporation offers architectural interior design services for commercial and residential projects. From the ground up, provides a turnkey, seamless and top quality experience. The firm’s network of furniture stores, fabric manufacturers, millwork and fixtures is comprehensive. Services provided include General Contracting, Design Consulting, Furniture Selection, Architectural Drawings, 3D renderings and remodeling services.  Vitri was founded and is managed by CEO José Arenas.