Openhouse Project is a finely realized idea that gathers together people, art, design, music and food. In reality, it’s a shared home of interior designer and art director Andrew Trotter, photographer Mari Luz Vidal and chef Noby Kawagoe in Barcelona that opens its doors to become gallery, gathering and concert venue. The idea for project was born when Mari Luz, Andrew’s flatmate found the great Fontanella apartment for her upcoming photography exhibition where she planned to invite few friends for drinks and food to help her with the setting.
Today, these folks organize gatherings, concerts, book presentations, exhibitions and are opened to friends, friends of a friends and unknown people that share the same interests. Creative flatmates also recently started Openhouse Magazine, biannual printed publication that notes stories of a creative people from around the world that open their homes or their private spaces to the public.
to find out more about Openhouse Project and how to get there, visit their website
images courtesy of Mari Luz Vidal/ Openhouse Project