Inside the Urban Living museum in Houston, which opened in 2018, is the first time that an art gallery has dedicated space to interior design.
The museum has been designed to encourage and engage people of all ages and backgrounds to learn about how to live within a city, and is dedicated to encouraging collaboration, innovation, and creativity among its members.
The gallery hosts a series of design and architecture classes in the space.
The exhibit was designed by former Interior Design magazine editors and illustrators J. Michael Cole and Richard Knaus, and featured an array of design concepts, such as the “Renaissance” house and the “Danish” cabin.
The architects say that “the museum’s space is a way for us to bring the world into the museum, and bring together the community we are so fortunate to have here.”
The exhibit is on display through March 30.