Four-Story, 80,000-Square-Foot Compound Reflects RH’s Quest to Revolutionize Physical Retailing.
RH, an American home-furnishings company, announced the opening of RH West Palm, The Gallery at CityPlace. The Gallery integrates all of RH’s businesses: Interiors, Modern, Outdoor, Baby & Child, TEEN, Interior Design, and Hospitality. It adds a Rooftop Restaurant, Wine Vault, and Barista Bar by celebrated restaurateur and founding president of RH Hospitality, Brendan Sodikoff.
RH West Palm shows the quest to revolutionize physical retailing, blurring the lines between residential and retail, outdoors and indoors, home and hospitality, seamlessly integrating food, wine, design, and art,” stated RH Chairman & CEO Gary Friedman.
Mr. Friedman resumed, “Imagine valet parking your car in front of a 14-foot-high wall of water inspired by the famous fountain in New York’s Paley Park while admiring a 70-by-140-foot ancient text-based installation by renowned contemporary artist, RETNA. Wandering through tropical gardens featuring our expansive line of outdoor collections, and navigating three floors of interior installations while envisioning the home of your dreams with one of our interior design professionals.
RH West Palm marks Friedman’s continuing collaboration with design architect James Gillam of Backen, Gillam & Kroeger, who have been identified as one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 architecture and design firms in the world.
RH (formerly Restoration Hardware) operated a total of 59 galleries, six full line design galleries, and three baby & child galleries. The group also has 18 outlet stores in the United States and Canada. The company trades its merchandise through its retail stores, catalog, and online.