Henrybuilt Launches Space Theory


Innovative kitchen company Henrybuilt known for their smart and stylish kitchen systems just launched Space Theory, a new kitchen system that combines simple design with flexible, integrated, functional tools.

Their drawer organization system ensures that everything has its place within the kitchen system. Bins, division, and special function components fit into drawers and on shelves.

Space Theory clients, using the company’s internally developed Design Engine software, have complete control over their kitchen’s design and can view pricing while creating. The components are delivered pre-assembled. Countertop and backsplashes are integrated into the system, while sinks and faucets can be ordered and delivered with a kitchen. This simplifies and shortens the process of making and installing a high quality, well-designed kitchen a reality.

Henrybuilt created a uniquely functional approach to a great kitchen and designed software that puts the process directly in control of the homeowner or architect.

“We founded Henrybuilt to challenge the standard for living well in a home by developing an integrated system of uniquely functional products,” said Scott Hudson, Henrybuilt Founder and Creative Director. “Space Theory makes it possible for more people to live with a simplified version of this unique experience.”

Their set of products—from flexibly configured wall panels to thoughtfully carved-out shelving—activates the spaces in a kitchen that might typically be underutilized.

With a clean and cohesive design, Space Theory fits well with a variety of architectural styles. The system is dimensionally highly variable. Units are sized in quarter-inch increments, making them adaptable to virtually any layout.

This serving tray demonstrates the adaptability of Space Theory’s component series—tuck the piece away in a hollow shelf or mount it on a wall panel. 

The company plans to open showrooms in several major markets, starting with Seattle in May 2019. Space Theory is produced at a production facility in Seattle and is set up to work with clients and ship projects anywhere in the world. The company’s kitchens, adaptable to a wide range of life activities, uses and looks, are designed to be used in both residential and commercial spaces. The Seattle showroom is open for walk-in visits 12:00-4:00pm Monday through Friday or by appointment.

Space Theory’s Design Engine turns a normally complex and intimidating design process into one that gives you direct control and instant access to pricing.

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