RH’s latest sourcebook shows off its modern side

CORTE MADERA, Calif.—RH is showcasing its latest collections of contemporary furnishings, lighting and décor, which number more than 50, in its 364-page RH Modern Sourcebook.

“We believe the new modern is about simplicity and balance, creating harmony between the past and present, the classic and contemporary,” said Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman. “We spent years searching for inspiring designers, editing and integrating their work, shaping spaces with a sense of clarity and continuity, resulting in an authentic expression of our combined creativity.”

The Boson chair by Paris-based designer Patrick Norguet for Artifort is featured on the cover of the Sourcebook. Norguet’s work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Inside, RH customers will find reissued pieces from a partnership with the estate of Harvey Probber, an influential 20thcentury designer and the inventor of modular seating, whose collections are made in Italy; new Isola modular seating designs by Italian designer Filippo Piotti; and wire-brushed American oak casegoods from the partnership of Los Angeles-based Thomas Bina and Ronald Sasson of Brazil, who crafted the Mulholland collection.

Other designers bringing collections to RH Modern include Pietro Franceschini of Milan; American designer Julie Lawrence; Line Svendsen of Norway, who offers three collections; Emilie Ceriez of Belgium; and Australian designers Nicholas and Harrison Condos.

The 2024 RH Modern Sourcebook features what RH says is the company’s “most significant reimagination” since the inception of RH Modern in 2015.

The Sourcebook is available in physical and digital versions, with the collections also available for viewing at RH galleries.

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