HPA Announces Three New Associates
June 28th, 2017
Humphries Poli Architects (HPA) creates livable communities through buildings that ennoble the site, inspire the participants, sustain the resources, and bring joy to the users. As benchmark leaders in design, leadership, professional practice, and community services, Eric Grebliunas, AIA, LEED AP, Bryan Hinckley, AIA and Kelly Wemple, AIA, recently named new Associates in the Firm, are committed to these same values and ideals through HPA’s practice of architecture, urban design, interiors, and preservation.
Eric Grebliunas, AIA, LEED AP, Associate / Architect brings a top down approach to the architectural design and implementation process. The recipient of a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Master of Architecture Degree from Illinois Institute of Technology, Eric says his “interests in architecture have never been project type driven, they are community driven. I love being able to visit the projects I am involved with and see how they activate their communities.”
Bryan Hinckley, AIA, Associate / Architect is passionate about creating highly valued and artful environments. Bryan studied Architecture and Design at Denmark’s International Study Program at the University of Copenhagen, holds a Bachelor of Architecture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the University of Colorado, Denver. “I am excited to be part of a team that creates such great work for our community and am honored to be involved and responsible for leading our firm” says Bryan.
Kelly Wemple, AIA, Associate / Architect believes that architecture should be sustainable, contextual, and, most importantly, functional. Kelly’s great appreciation for historic buildings drove her to attain both a Master of Architecture and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Colorado Denver. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Design with an Emphasis on Architecture from the University of Colorado. Recently honored with an appointment to the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC), Kelly believes that “great architecture is not made by any one person but by a team working together.”