Modern and mid-century modern home owners in the San Francisco Bay Area that are exploring their options for updating their kitchen and storage options should take the time to explore some of the fabulous options available to them from Henrybuilt.
Henrybuilt - Modern Kitchen, Storage & Furniture
Based in Seattle Washington, yet serving modern-minded homeowners around the world, Henrybuilt offers homeowners a functionally integrated approach to storage, furniture, and panel systems.
The company has developed a reputation for its work on mid-century homes, approaching projects with an appreciation and understanding of each original design, allowing homeowners to update their homes without losing the qualities that made them unique in the first place.
The company has worked on multiple Eichler homes in the San Francisco Bay Area this past year, including a kitchen project selected as a finalist in the 2009 CA Modern kitchen design contest. Other restoration projects include homes designed by Cliff May, Vladimir Ossipoff, Frederick Bassetti, and Robert Rummer.
The engineered flexibility of Henrybuilt’s product allows its design team to create tailored solutions that suit the needs and spatial requirements of its clients, combining the luxury of personalization with the benefits of a carefully considered program.
The company has showrooms in Seattle and New York, but services 30-40% of its clients via phone and internet. Henrybuilt’s designers can partner with a client’s existing architect or they can develop designs independently. Once complete, Henrybuilt’s staff will work to ensure homeowners experience smooth delivery and installation of its product.
The company has been featured Dwell Magazine and was selected as the only American kitchen company in Surface Magazine’s 2005 survey of the best kitchen systems in the world. Most recently, Architect’s Newspaper mentioned Henrybuilt as the only American kitchen company that can hold its own against the European manufacturers. Henrybuilt has also been featured on a variety of top design blogs including Design Sponge, Apartment Therapy, and Remodelista.