Henry has a Masters of Architecture from the University of Texas Austin. He is an outspoken critic of the profession's continued obsession with "art-object" buildings. During his time at UTSoA he has consistently argued for reform of both pedagogy and practice so that architecture may have at its heart a true social and ecological mission.
- Owner of KIKUZU.
At KIKUZU we believe in buildings. We believe that a human future on this planet depends upon them, and we are committed to making better buildings available to more people.
We are bringing a vertically integrated model to market which will reduce costs and improve quality. KIKUZU designs will be partially manufactured off-site and delivered in a series of timely packages, which will sidestep a number of inefficiencies associated with normal light-construction techniques. We call them “Kit-Buildings.”
KIKUZU is committed, at the same time, to developing long-term relationships with the forestry industry in order to sustainably harvest wood products that will sequester as much carbon as possible in our buildings. KIKUZU.com is currently under development.
- Graduate Research Assistant to
Larry Speck, F.A.I.A.
- Intern at Wiss, Janney, Elstner
- Field Engineer at Crowell Builders
- Licensed General Contractor & Carpenter
in Seattle, Washington
- M.Arch University of Texas at Austin, 2020
- Whitman College: B.A. Phil. Religion,
magna cum laude (2009)
- Vassar College (2004 - 2006)
- Japanese Language, Seattle, Osaka (2010 - 2016)