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Enrique Greenwell joins LEO A DALY as Director of Design

The second-generation architect Enrique Greenwell brings nearly 30 years of experience to lead design strategy, visioning and implementation for the Dallas studio

Enrique Greenwell joins LEO A DALY as the Director of Design for the Dallas studio.

Enrique Greenwell, Intl. Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, IDSA, ADI, joins LEO A DALY as Director of Design. In this new role, he leads strategy, visioning and implementation for the Dallas studio. A second-generation architect with nearly 30 years of experience, his portfolio shows an array of award-winning projects spanning multiple markets and the globe. With a determination of creating a strong sense of belonging, Enrique’s primary focus is Hospitality design. He also offers valuable experience in healthcare, mission critical and transportation/aviation.

“Enrique’s energy and excellence match perfectly with the collaborative approach and level of service our clients expect,” celebrated Managing Principal, Don Hensley. “He has an exceptional ability to generate concepts that capture the client’s vision and then translate them into meaningful architecture.”

Enrique’s enthusiasm and commitment to design are compelling. He has an extraordinary ability to sketch which complements his collaborative leadership style. “My passion for design goes well beyond buildings and furniture,” said Enrique. “I’ve always been drawn to the balance of speed and excellence and the slight adjustments or tinkering that translates to high performance.”

Paying homage to his favorite sport, Formula 1 racing, Enrique Greenwell designed a Console-Compatible Racing Simulator, reflecting the technology and complexity of today’s car racing with the beauty and raw nature of its lines.

A custom, console-compatible F1 racing simulator designed by Enrique Greenwell

Enrique has served as a design critic for the College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Arlington, and recently spoke on “Universal Design, Sustainability and Cultural Adaptation, keys of International Architectural Design” for EXPO CIHAC’s “The Construction Summit” in Mexico City. He is an active member of Latinos in Architecture in Dallas.