Openhouse is a pop-up retail storefront, an experiential marketing location, and an event venue. The first of its kind in New York to embrace the pop-up phenomenon, Openhouse is an all-white 4,500-square-foot installation space with an exceptional retail storefront in the heart of trendsetting NoLIta.
The venue is a sleek blank slate for product launches, editor previews, car showrooms, ﬁlm/print/commercial shoots, cocktail parties, art exhibitions, fashion shows, sample sales, and pop-up marketing concepts.
Openhouse provides production, public relations, and branding services and is known for its creative in-house productions like Park Here, an indoor pop-up park.
Openhouse has an iconic all-white 4,500-square-foot space in SoHo, an award-winning creative team, a professional media team with extensive press relations, veteran production and equipment partners, and an engaged audience of more than 20,000.
"If you can dream it, Openhouse Gallery can make it happen." Marcus Stewart, Decades
Openhouse was founded in 2007 with its flagship space located at 201 Mulberry Street. Ever-expanding, Openhouse now represents two more downtown locations: 379 Broome Street and Bowery Station at 168 Bowery.
Best Event Concept (Budget Under $50,000), Park Here, Pop-Up Park 2011