News, Insight and Events
Symbolizing the evolution of the brand and encompassing the company's philosophy on the power of place.
We Care events are back this December as MillerKnoll dealers and members of local design communities partner with the Boys and Girls Club of America to spread holiday cheer to children and their families this season.
In an effort to support our local A&D communities with the knowledge and insight needed to help shape the future through design, we've partnered with some of our top manufacturer partners to extend a cohesive and exciting offering of CEU courses.
Herman Miller and Knoll to Combine, Creating the Preeminent Leader in Modern Design, Catalyzing the Transformation of the Home and Office
As readership and engagement continue to grow with the support of new innovation, we look to libraries to offer a dynamic array of educational tools – from traditional stacks and digital archives, to study spaces and auditoriums.
Henriksen Butler has been announced as a Proud Partner of the Las Vegas Raiders and a Building Partner of Allegiant Stadium, bringing over 40 years of expertise to Las Vegas’ newest professional sports team.
Helping people create great places - sharing Insights from Herman Miller's research teams and partners.
Henriksen Butler (HB) and its divisions are closely
monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and taking steps to minimize any disruption to
the services we provide our customers. In doing so, we
are supporting and complying with measures being implemented by various
Federal, State and Local Government Agencies.
Thanks to Utah Style & Design for including our St. George space in their new spring issue. Their write up offers a glimpse into our only showroom that features furniture as well as commercial and luxury residential flooring.
When Gardner Company approached Henriksen Butler about partnering on Salt Lake City’s new Homeless Resource Centers, the decision was simple; every effort would be made to support these three new essential community resources.
For employees at Henriksen Butler, the summer held many wonderful memories, but none as special as the Make-A-Wish fundraiser and event. Partnering with employees from VCBO Architecture, funds were raised to grant a wish to a very deserving child.
For second generation Utah Department of Transportation employee Liz Olschewski, a workplace redesign was vital for the department’s future success.