Less is More
Timeless Design Meets Enduring Craft
These nine California households each worked with Henrybuilt or Space Theory to achieve a refined, high-performance result. They all had three things in common: quality, total integration with the architecture, and unique functionality.
A Henrybuilt kitchen in Morgan Hill, California, featuring the handcrafted, solid wood horizontal Bar Block. Architecture by Melani Sabhaney. Contractor: TKS Construction & Development.
Henrybuilt’s Opencase walls, offering more than a dozen interchangeable accessories, create a place for anyone’s tools—from canine to chef. Located in Orinda, California. Architecture by EYRC Architects. Contractor: McCutcheon Construction.
A minimal but highly crafted, fully outfitted Space Theory kitchen in San Francisco, California. Interior Design by Vis a Vis Studio and Le Studio Inne. Architecture by Rex McLean. Construction: GBI Construction and Vonnegut Thoreau Construction.
A hardworking, fully appointed Henrybuilt kitchen in San Francisco, California. Architecture by Juniper Architecture. Interior design by Geremia. Contractor: David Acri.
Henrybuilt's trademark hand-mortised D-pulls, in a kitchen perfectly positioned within the refined, understated architecture of EYRC. Located in Portola Valley, California. Contractor: Robert Bregante.
A Henrybuilt serving piece in San Francisco, California. Architecture by Sutro Architects. Contractor: Hawke Building Company.
Henrybuilt can extend throughout a home; the elegant strength of the kitchen is continued in the fireplace wall beyond. Located in Los Altos, California. Architecture by Fergus Garber Architects. Interior design by Studio JYO. Contractor: Von Clemm Construction.
The beauty of simplicity; a light-filled Space Theory kitchen in San Francisco, California. Architecture by Min Design. Contractor: AMG Construction.