California-based furniture company Restoration Hardware (now known as RH) has taken over the historic former Greenwich Avenue post office at 310 Greenwich Avenue and transformed it into a perfect example of a modernized restoration.
The 17,000-square-foot neoclassical building—erected in 1917—has undergone reworking by James Gillam of design architecture firm Backen, Gillam & Kroeger, in consultation with historic-preservation experts.
The building, which faces the town’s World War I monument, a 50-foot obelisk, boasts a classical loggia supported by six Corinthian columns.
RH’s collection of modern and stylish leather sofas, striking light fixtures and luxe bedding will be on display (check out a few pieces from the collection below).
Click on the gallery above to see photos from the opening.
Restoration Hardware Parties in the Rain Room
A Look at Restoration Hardware’s Fall 2013 Collection
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