House 1002 is a uniquely curated home emporium, founded by a collective of local artists and designers. Our 6,000 sq ft showroom features one-of-a-kind pieces for the home, including vintage items, artisanal jewelry, architectural salvage, collectibles, garden accessories, and fine art.
Set within a 1920s building formerly housing the Pacific Central Super Market, this new venue has its own natural beauty, with large wood beams and exposed brick wall. Unlike any other antique or retail space, House 1002 offers a transformative experience, one that celebrates both individuality and community, the new and the old, the traditional and avant-garde. We invite you to experience the sensory experience that is House 1002.
With a background in fashion and garden retailing, and with her own highly successful landscaping company, Cathie Goldberg has now combined her two passions by founding House 1002. The transformation of space, both home and garden, has been the creative drive behind opening such a collective retail space in San Pedro. Her long-time commitment to the community also inspires her. Using an eye for color and texture, and an eclectic and ever-evolving assortment of architectural found objects, she transforms the ordinary to the extraordinary.
For over 30 years, Larry Lubow has been exploring the relationship of between art, design, nature, and architecture. The Alfred University alum first began his career by working in ceramics and metals, showing pieces in galleries and design showrooms around the world. Now, the artist’s work in metals can be found at both his studio in San Pedro and at House 1002. This long-time collector and sculpture lends his particular eye for metals and vintage collectibles, further curating the mix of art and found objects at our collective space.