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More than half of our projects involve multiple spaces within a home. We call this combination of product and design service, 'Henrybuilt Whole House'.

Mexico City   Architect: Felipe Assadi
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In some cases, the additional focus is only on specific areas within the home...

New York City   Architect: Reddymade Design
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For example, in areas immediately adjacent to the kitchen...

New York City   Architect: Reddymade Design
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Or in primary living spaces, here integrating fireplace and media with steel and teak...

Oxford, Mississippi   Architect: Lake Flato
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In bathrooms, where in addition to aesthetic refinement and functionality, our unique finishes add durability and longevity.

Portola Valley, California   Architect: Killian O'Sullivan
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When the goal is to create a truly exceptional and integrated home throughout, we provide tailored solutions in every room and work closely with the architect to refine the integration of our product in those areas.

New York City   Architect: Turett Collaborative Architects   Developer: Good Property
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The cumulative effects of aesthetic refinement, integration, function, and craft throughout a home creates the unique feeling associated with truly fine buildings.

New York City   Architect: Turett Collaborative Architects   Developer: Good Property
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And it's not just about an aesthetic or craft quality distinction. Our products incorporate more unique functionality than might be evident at first glance. This panel and integrated door system is delivered as a complete system, and conceals an elevator.

New York City   Designer: Murat Bugdaycay
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All of this adds up to how it feels to live in your home as well as the impact on your investment if you choose to sell, whether now or years down the road.

Santa Monica, California   Architect: Moore Ruble Yudell
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It's about that 'just right' feeling. Not only in terms of how things look, but in how the most important parts of a home work, wear and feel - every day.

Mexico City   Architect: Felipe Assadi
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