RE:Studio at The Regal Suite in Brooklyn, NY

We build digital and analog studios that connect soloprenuers to enterprises, brands, investors and communities.


RE:STUDIO is what we do. This year, we celebrate a decade of creating digital and analog studio spaces.

We design @Web studios that combine @Story + @Brand  to carry the message of soloprenuers.

Agencies divide. Studios build.

Paper City, by Maciek Janicki curated by Adoreville



In 2008 we opened a RE:Studio location in the burgeoning tech heart of Pittsburgh. Partnering with two of the cities top creatives and the Heinz Endowments we established BOOM Concepts in the up and coming Garfield neighborhood. BOOM has since built itself into a nationally acclaimed artist incubator and proud community safe space for marginalized voices.

After Brunch


In 2015 we launched a nine event series dubbed #BOOMAfterBrunch, with a day party format and a commitment to directing local and national solopreneurs towards success. #BOOMAfterBrunch made headlines and headstarts in equal measure.


With support from Zipcar, Home Depot, WALTER + RAY, The Sprout Fund, Penn Ave Eyewear, Dapper Cat Bakery, Roots Wings Furniture, S n Sons Printing, JMY JAM and Christo, #BOOMAfterBrunch succeeded in activating careers and collaborations among Pittsburgh’s emerging artistic and tech demographics.


After the success of the day party series, BOOM Concepts was invited to join forces with the Carnegie Museum of Art to host the cities first ever silent disco among the classic works in the museums hall of sculpture.


RE:Studio at The Regal Suite in Brooklyn, NY


Brooklyn + Miami

This year,  we’ll host RE:Studio After Brunch in Brooklyn and Miami. Concurrently celebrating a decade of RE:STUDIO, we have enlisted a new set of creatives and soloprenuers in both cities.



RE:Studio at The Regal Suite in Brooklyn, NY

No bosses. Just friends.

We are RE:STUDIO Workspace, Workflow and Worktime in 41 cities, and 5 countries worldwide. Our team builds scalable real world business models for studios backed by digital communities and analog neighborhoods.