Restoration Hardware Holdings Inc. recently announced the opening of RH Las Vegas, The Gallery at Tivoli Village. The company said RH Las Vegas represents the latest iteration of the brand’s next-generation design galleries. Commanding four levels and 60,000 square feet, the innovative new retail experience features artistic installations of home furnishings in a gallery setting – including an entire floor dedicated to RH Modern with an integrated RH Contemporary Art Gallery. RH Las Vegas also includes an interactive Design Atelier, a professional workspace that allows customers, designers, and architects to conceptualize and customize a home.
“Our vision with RH Las Vegas is to reimagine the retail experience by blurring the lines between residential and retail, indoors and outdoors, physical and digital – creating an environment that is more home than store,” RH Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman said. “The Gallery at Tivoli Village is a reflection of human design, a study of balance, symmetry and perfect proportions. The design respects the hierarchy and important relationships between architecture, furniture and decor, that create harmony.”
RH Las Vegas, located at 340 South Rampart Blvd., marks Friedman’s ongoing collaboration with design architect James Gillam of Backen, Gillam & Kroeger, a firm recognized as one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 architect and design firms in the world.
Conceptualized as a grand-scale, classical contemporary structure filled with fresh air and natural light, RH Las Vegas features a charcoal-grey Venetian plaster exterior with an expanse of glass-and-steel French doors that open onto a streetscape defined by towering silver date palms and garden walls lush with fig ivy. Looking overhead, guests will admire Juliet balconies, an expansive garden terrace on level three and a Rooftop Park and Conservatory with mature heritage olive trees. As night falls, the building is transformed through dramatic illumination, highlighting its architectural details and landscaping.
Level two features RH Design Atelier – a 4,000-square-foot studio anchored by four, 10-foot custom tables offering a fully integrated workspace for customers, designers and architects to reimagine one room or an entire home, inside and out. Here, guests can work with a highly experienced team trained in the RH design ethos to create functional and elegant spaces. A place for collaboration and ideation, RH Design Atelier features access to RH’s vast library of fabrics, leathers, and furniture and lighting finishes – providing an unprecedented level of design services.
“With the introduction of RH Interior Design, we have now moved the brand beyond creating and selling product to conceptualizing and selling spaces,” Friedman said.
Additional RH Design Atelier resources include a Ben Soleimani rug showroom displaying the fourth-generation designer’s hand-knotted and hand-woven rugs, and other specialized galleries for window treatments, bed and bath linens and bath hardware.
On the third level, guests will discover a 17,000-square-foot exhibition space presenting RH Modern, one of the largest curated and fully-integrated assortments of modern furnishings, lighting and décor under one brand in the world. Developed in collaboration with a select group of acclaimed global designers, RH Modern’s design vernacular represents a fresh and innovative point of view, defined by a minimalist aesthetic, the finest materials and maximum comfort. This immersive space incorporates RH Contemporary Art – offering a curated and engaging collection of artwork across all media – along with an expansive garden terrace punctuated by striking crystal and iron chandeliers, and a tracery metal trellis accented with white Chinese climbing rose.
At the top of the grand stair, visitors will arrive at the Rooftop Park & Conservatory. This 16,000-square-foot garden space will first be experienced within a structure of glass, wood and steel with towering banana palms and 16-foot ceilings at its apex. The indoor space opens onto the spectacular rooftop with mature heritage olive trees surrounded by decomposed granite and set within colossal steel planters accented with cascading rosemary. This one-of-a-kind destination features a beautiful center trellis, billowing shade canopies, glimmering chandeliers, trickling fountains, sculptural evergreens and fragrant lavender that further enhance a dramatic display of the latest RH Outdoor furnishings and frame stunning views of Red Rock Canyon.
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