RH New York Revolutionizes Retail With New Gallery

New York’s historic Meatpacking District welcomes a new neighbor with the opening of Restoration Hardware’s largest retail store to date, RH New York, The Gallery.  The new store opened on September 5 with a spectacular industry party where about 1,500 guests wandered the 90,000-square foot steel, glass and brick space, featuring RH's signature home furnishings.

With The Gallery in New York, RH will also debut two new services: the RH Wifijerez Studio and Design Atelier.  The goal is for clients, designers, and architects to use the Design Studio and Atelier to create customized products and receive personalized assistance from RH design specialists.

To top off the new space, literally, is a glass-encased rooftop restaurant by RH Hospitality founding president Brendan Sodikoff. The ritzy restaurant shares the roof with a park-like wraparound deck with sweeping views of downtown Manhattan.

Scroll down for more images from RH's New York event:

RH New York features a historic brick and iron facade that gives a nod to the Meatpacking District's distinct architectural history. Photography courtesy of Getty Images.
RH New York's official plaque welcomes visitors. Photography by Billy Farrell and Hagop Kalaidjian of BFA. 
The cavernous lobby at RH New York. Photography courtesy of Getty Images.
RH New York features six floors surrounding a central atrium. Photography courtesy of Getty Images.
The Gallery also features New York Night, a six-story art installation by Alison Berger. Photography courtesy of Getty Images.
A glass blower's unique installation. Photography by Billy Farrell & Hagop Kalaidjian of BFA. 
Guests relax on the Brendon Sodikoff-designed rooftop restaurant and wrap-around park. Photography by Billy Farrell & Hagop Kalaidjian of BFA. 
Guests enjoy sweets in RH vases located in the children department on the bottom floor. Photography by Billy Farrell & Hagop Kalaidjian of BFA. 

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