Bruno Grinwis Makes Big Move and Joins HGA

HGA is pleased to announce that Bruno Grinwis, IIDA, has joined the firm as Associate Vice President and Corporate Interiors Principal in the Washington, D.C. office. Grinwis will oversee expansion of market opportunities in the DC region while reinforcing HGA’s existing workplace design expertise.

“This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing team with a shared vision for creating innovative workplaces that combine new design trends with classic elegance and serve to enhance our clients’ standings in the marketplace,” Grinwis said. “I look forward to combining my knowledge and professional relationships in the real estate industry with HGA’s workplace design resources to expand services for new and existing clients.”

Grinwis has more than 30 years of experience in programming, workplace strategies, tenant improvement, and interior architecture for corporate, institutional, association and nonprofit organizations. He has built his career on infusing today’s interior trends with decades of experience. He has a passion for realizing clients’ visions and is dedicated to designing workplaces that both inspire employees and serve as functional dynamic spaces for business to succeed.

“Bruno’s insight into market trends allows him to consistently meet the programming needs of clients and makes him the perfect candidate to expand HGA’s reach in the rapidly growing DC market,” said Win Roney, AIA, Vice President and Corporate Market Sector Leader at HGA. “We are driven to help clients create purposeful design with a lasting impact, and we are thrilled to have Bruno join us in fulfilling that mission at HGA.”

Prior to joining HGA, Grinwis served as Vice President and Director of Workplace Interiors at BBGM in Washington, D.C., where he directed business development, client management, workplace strategy conception and interior design for commercial real estate clients. Previously, Grinwis was President of Arcomm in Paris, France and Associate with Cannon Design in Buffalo, New York. His work includes private and public conference centers, corporation headquarters and nonprofit interiors.

He is a graduate of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art (ENSAAMA) in Paris, France.