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Henry Julier
Henry Julier is an industrial designer based in New York City. His work is guided by a strong belief in design as a problem-solving tool, as a way of recognizing and forming relationships between ideas and reality, and as a method for improving the connections between people and the products they use. 

After graduating with University and College honors from Carnegie Mellon University in 2007, he worked for Jeffrey Bernett, Aruliden, and Johnson & Johnson before landing at Standard Issue in 2013 as their lead industrial designer.


Design Story | Reference Bookend: The stories behind the products: Henry Julier on his development of Reference Bookends for Areaware.

In Conversation | Henry Julier & Sina Sohrab: We asked our Fall 2019 designers to select someone to conduct an interview with them about their practice. Henry Julier spoke with Sina Sohrab, designer and co-owner of Visibilty. Together they unpack the motivations behind Henry's new Reference Bookend for Areaware.


This End Up: Reference Bookend in Bloomberg Businessweek.