The Houston Gallery

For special events.

DESIGNED BY NEW YORK ARCHITECT, Albert Marichal, the gallery was awarded a 2007 AIA Design Award in Architecture from the American Institute of Architects.

At 4,500 square feet, it is a three-level structure of cast-in-place concrete and cement panels. Inside, a Texas limestone floor marks the path to a limestone-concrete stairway. The top two floors are highlighted by skylights and magnificent windows that flood the space with light and frame the picturesque view of two grand Live Oak trees. A treetop view of the Houston skyline is a focal point of the design and expands the gallery’s ability to host special events in a truly unique setting.