Rich Granoff

Rich Granoff

About Rich Granoff

Rich Granoff is the Board Member at the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce. Rich Granoff can be contacted via phone at +1 203-625-9460 or via email at inquiries@granoffarchitects.com. Richard Granoff is the Founder and Managing Principal of Granoff Architects, the leading architectural firm in Greenwich, CT. Since its inception in 1989, Rich has grown the company into a thriving design studio with over 26 professionals. Today, Granoff Architects offers design services throughout the country in four disciplines: residential architecture, commercial architecture, landscape architecture and interior design. Rich’s accomplishments have been widely recognized. He has appeared in the national media on programs such as Good Morning America, High Net Worth, and MTV Cribs. His work has also been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Fine Homebuilding, Veranda, Modern Estate, Country Club Quarterly, At Home, Hamptons Magazine, Westchester Home and Greenwich Magazine. He has won numerous design awards. Rich has lectured on sustainable design and taught courses in home design and renovation. He is also an active real estate developer. Rich started his career with noted architect David Rockwell in New York City, working on many large restaurant and residential design projects. Subsequently, Rich worked with interior designer Gerald Luss, managing commercial design projects. Afterwards, Rich moved to Marigold Real Estate in Greenwich, CT where he designed and managed the development and construction of many luxury homes. The experience that Rich gained while working in these diverse spheres provided him with the knowledge and experience to establish Granoff Architects.

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