A “glowering, 90,000-square-foot landscape of poured concrete flecked with bronze, stone and glass, through which sails a flotilla of enormous gray velvet and white linen sofas” is
the latest iteration of what began as Restoration Hardware, according to The New York Times. This is RH’s 85th store, and its biggest. Coincidentally, it opened the same week the parent
company of Henri Bendel announced the closing of all its stores.
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