Kansas City-Based Hufft Projects Expands To Thriving Northwest Arkansas
KANSAS CITY, MO Hufft Projects, the Design Collective known for its passion of quality craftsmanship and interest in the collaborative roles of the designer, fabricator and builder, is excited to announce the opening of a location in Bentonville, Arkansas.
The studio is located at 403 SE 5th St., Bentonville, Arkansas, minutes from the historic downtown square and in the Market District. The new office in Bentonville is the second location for Hufft Projects, and signifies an expansion of the firm's commitment to quality and innovative design.
Hufft Projects is currently working on a number of cultural and hospitality projects in the northwest Arkansas region, including the renovation to the former Tyson Food Processing plant, which is nearing completion. The building and site are part of the 8th Street Market District and home to the Brightwater Center for the Study of Food, an extension of Northwest Arkansas Community College, among other tenants.
"After spending significant time in Northwest Arkansas, we were completely taken by the people, culture and incredible landscape," said Jesse Hufft, co-founder and CEO of Hufft Projects. "We want to contribute to the built environment in this amazing area of the country, honoring its roots and phenomenal local culture."
The Bentonville studio stays true to the brand's dedication to collaboration and emphasis on client interaction. The space is adaptive reuse of a previous signage shop and features all custom furnishings made in the shop of the Kansas City, Missouri, facility.