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NeueHouse Venice Beach is located at 73 Market Street, in an area of Los Angeles known for its arts scene in the 70s and 80s.
The agency chose to use light, organic materials to reflect the Californian climate. Spaces are designed to be open-plan, in order to foster a feeling of informality and comfort.
The building includes private and public workspaces, as well as a podcast recording studio, wellness room and social spaces.
As with Neuehouse’s other venues, the club will host a regular cultural programme including exhibitions, screenings and events.
The clubhouse is home to a collection of artwork curated by Caroline Brennan of design studio Silent Volume and Pamela Auchincloss of curatorial agency Eleven+. The collection combines the work of established artists with emerging talent from southern California.
The Venice Beach club also houses Reunion, the first in-house restaurant and bar in a Neuehouse location. The restaurant is situated on a private rooftop space with indoor and outdoor seating.
“Our latest House is a response to a historic demand from the local Venice creative community,” said chief marketing officer Jon Goss.
“We want to reimagine and pay homage to the block’s historic past, while offering a warm, design-first experience”.
Last year, Dezeen and NeueHouse teamed up to host a series of events, including a panel discussion on Afrofuturism in art and design and a live talk on the metaverse featuring Liam Young, Refik Anadol and Space Popular.