The Short Film Captures the Brand’s Quest to Create One of the World’s Most Innovative Retail Experiences
Marking the first anniversary of one of its most iconic spaces to date, RH announced the release of “RH New York, The Movie,” a short film documenting the creation of RH New York, The Gallery in the Historic Meatpacking District. This first-of-its-kind, 90,000-square-foot retail experience features a skylit six-story atrium with transparent glass elevator, Rooftop Restaurant, Barista Bar & Wine Terrace, Interior Design Firm, “New York Night,” a dramatic art installation by Alison Berger, and full floors dedicated to RH Interiors, RH Modern, RH Outdoor, RH Baby & Child, and RH TEEN.
“It took seven years of improvising, adapting and overcoming all of the obstacles until it became what it is today, which is arguably the most innovative new store in the world, in the most important city in the world,” Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman says in the film’s opening moments. “There’s not a better place to express truly what you believe in.”
To experience RH New York, The Movie, visit RH.com