January 12, 2015
Herman Miller Dealer Opens Boise Showroom in Historic BuildingBoise, Idaho - Henriksen/Butler, the leader in contract furniture and workplace design in the Intermountain West, opens a new working showroom in downtown Boise.
Building a local team of workspace experts, Henriksen/Butler hopes to contribute to the rapidly growing economy of Boise.
“We believe in the importance of great space and the power it has to help companies and employees reach their fullest potential,” said Dave Colling, CEO, Henriksen/Butler.
Henriksen/Butler’s new Boise showroom is an example of this philosophy. Working closely with the local architect and design community, H/B selected the historic building with the fundamental mission of creating quality workspace for employees and customers to work and collaborate.
The building, which is located at 401 West Idaho Street, Boise, Idaho, was originally built in 1939 to house the John Regan Post No. 2 American Legion Hall. The building’s renovations required historical research and careful attention to detail. After some initial challenges due to the heavy snow in December, H/B officially moved in to the completed space this month.
Henriksen/Butler has been a Herman Miller certified dealer for over 30 years. H/B provides furnishings, floor coverings and pre-engineered modular interiors for corporate, government, healthcare and educational facilities. H/B represents leaders in design innovation including DIRTT, Geiger, Nemschoff, Interface, and Maharam.
“We see so much exciting development in Boise in the coming years,” said Zach Fronk, the general manager and vice president of the Boise office “We want to be a valuable resource to employers by creating optimal workspaces for wellness, productivity and future growth.”
Henriksen/Butler is housed in a restored 124 year old former synagogue in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. With upcoming expansions, H/B will have six showrooms, three warehouses and over 125 employees across the United States.