San Francisco, CA
Since 2012: The creative heart of Heath, in the urban core of San Francisco’s Mission district. Our newest space embodies the true collaborative spirit of designing and making in our community. Under a 60,000 square foot roof, with our tile factory in the center of it, Heath SF brings together like-minded people and businesses, for beauty, inspiration, making, and gathering. Inside is the Heath Newsstand, Clay Studio, Sews Studio, Tartine Manufactory, and a Collective of designer studios. Magic happens here.
All 4 Heath showrooms and the Heath Newsstand are closed until April 7th or further notice. Our website is open and we will begin processing and shipping orders once the 'Shelter in Place' is lifted and it is safe to return to work.
2900 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
P: 415 361 5552 x13
The Creative Heart, Since 2012
Heath SF Showroom
A former linen supply and laundry with good bones and great natural light is today a warm, inviting showroom space where you'll find everything Heath. A chef's kitchen area features our cookbooks and food favorites, and a gallery space is home to various shows and events throughout the year.
In the heart of San Francisco’s Northeast Mission neighborhood, and at the center of a creative campus that houses our Heath retail showroom and viewing court area, is our tile factory. You can get a sneak peek of the workings from various points in the building, but you shouldn’t miss the full factory tour in person.
Tour sizes are limited to 15, so advance RSVP is needed by selecting a date and time below. Walk-ins are welcome if there is room.
Working Factory Tour 1st & 3rd Fridays at 11:30 AM
Weekend Factory Tours Saturday & Sunday at 11:30 AM
Please note: When visiting our factories, you'll need to wear closed toe shoes and provided safety glasses. Our general factory tours are appropriate for children 5 years and older with adult supervision. The tours are not suitable for smaller children held by an adult, as this is a working factory environment.
Heath Sews Studio
Our in-house soft-goods design and production studio is just upstairs from our Tile Factory at Heath SF. It’s called Heath Sews, and it’s well on its way to becoming as original a business as Heath Ceramics.
This small but mighty company-within-a-company is the result of our unbridled passion for making, which previously expressed itself through clay, and now, in work bags, organizers, and accessories (and a whole lot more to come).
Heath Clay Studio
The Heath Clay Studio is a place of experimentation, exploration, and inspiration. It’s where we evolve our shapes, glazes, design, and making processes. It’s where we play, learn, and share.
For us, design isn’t an event, it’s a process in which the journey is often just as fascinating as the result. Visit our showrooms to see and shop one of a kind Heath Clay Studio pieces, many of which are hand-thrown.
Inspired design doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It takes the camaraderie and collaboration of a group of like-minded people. The Heath Collective amplifies the inspiration and creative spirit in our Mission location by hosting studio space for some of our biggest inspirations: jewelers Julia Turner and Liz Oppenheim; fiber artist Windy Chien, print-master Aesthetic Union, and baker extraordinaire Tartine Manufactory. Mastery of craft is at the heart of our tile factory, and thanks to the Collective’s work, also tucked deep into every corner of the building.
The newest (and most delicious) addition to Heath SF is the Tartine Manufactory, a creative culinary research, production, and gathering space, from Tartine Bakery co-owners and founders Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson. In this luminous space designed by Commune Design, you’ll also find our Heath Tile and Tartine Collection dinnerware.