About

reModerned Homes has a track record of excellence in designing and building beautiful, modern Northwest homes. Our long-term relationships with exceptionally talented architects, engineers and craftspeople allow us to conceive and direct projects efficiently and seamlessly.
 

Brian Heberling, founder and principal
Brian Heberling is a Seattle-area native who has been designing and building modern residences throughout the region since 2003. Growing up on Lake Sammamish, Brian studied finance and accounting at Pacific Lutheran University, where he graduated with a B.A. in Business.


The inspiration for Brian’s design work emerged in the contemporary style capital of Los Angeles, where he lived for nearly two decades. The founder, owner and designer of a chain of high-end sun-tanning salons frequented by celebrities, Brian worked collaboratively with renowned architects Escher GuneWardena, disciples of legendary American architect John Lautner. Their design work won raves from architecture critics ranging from the Los Angeles Times to The New York Times, and in 2001 Brian’s West Hollywood salon was named by Architectural Record as one of the top six “Record Interiors” in the world, alongside the Mandarina Duck store, in Paris, and a New York film studio.


Brian also served as director of operations for Rock-It Cargo, a company that manages the logistics of rock bands on worldwide tours, with clients ranging from Paul McCartney to Michael Jackson, U2 to the Rolling Stones, as well as Prince, David Bowie and many others.


In 2001 Brian returned to the Seattle area, where he became a real estate investor, and then a residential designer and builder. In 2012 Brian founded reModerned Homes to create beautifully detailed, luxury homes with a focus on family and the outdoors.

Frank Ray Lloyd, architectural designer, LEED AP
Frank Lloyd was born and raised in Kentucky, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Communications from Spalding University, in Louisville. At the age of 24, Frank moved to Los Angeles on his motorcycle, where he began a career in designing, constructing and painting film and theater sets. He also fabricated custom furniture and cabinetry, before becoming involved in residential home design.


Moving to Seattle in 2005, Frank studied interior design at Bellevue College and became a LEED accredited professional. He now lives on Vashon Island. Frank is passionate about good, intelligent, sustainable design, and strives to incorporate these fundamentals into all his work.