The RDH Story

RDHA designs environments that prioritize well-being for our users, promoting personal health and longevity. As modern people, we spend 90% of our time indoors, thus our quality of life is directly affected by the built environment.

VALUES – Enhancing human health and well-being through architecture & interior design. Utilizing building systems with advanced technology that elevate health and comfort.

STRATEGY – Marrying evidence-based practices with experiential design.
Integrating the senses: sound, touch, taste, smell and sight; which are orchestrated into a comprehensive and memorable experience.

Air Quality
Water Quality
Energy Conservation
Sound Mitigation
Optimum Systems
Material Sensitivity
Environmental Impact

RDHA believes in exceeding the building code requirements to create the optimal environment for personal health and wellness. Our evidence-based design and new building system technologies are seamlessly integrated into spaces for living, working, relaxing, and healing to positively improve user health and well-being. Our personal health and longevity philosophy includes physical, psychological, emotional, and social well-being strategies. The quality of air, water, light, sleep, noise, nourishment, and comfort are critical variables that we
enhance with our wellness architecture toolbox. In addition to enriching the physical space, our healthful environments nurture a more sustainable future for society and the natural world around us.


Robert D. Henry, AIA, NCARB, Founder & Principal

Bob Henry is the founder and principal of Robert D. Henry Architects, an award-winning wellness architecture and design firm located in New York City. He is an author of the book SPA: The Sensuous Experience, and has been interviewed extensively on his expertise in designing for health and well-being. His wellness design philosophy is devoted to the empirical experience when visitors engage all their senses in his projects, including The Spa on Wall Street, The Setai – Wall Street; Vdara Spa at City Center in Las Vegas; Obagi Skin Health Institute in Beverly Hills; GSpa & Lounge at the Hotel Gansevoort – New York, and the Spa at the Mandarin Oriental both in Miami and New York. In honor of his lifetime achievements in wellness design, Bob was inducted into Hospitality Design’s “Platinum Circle”. He is a keynote speaker, regularly presenting at wellness, spa, and hospitality conferences internationally.