BBGM merges with hospitality firm Monogram

BBGM, an architecture and interior design firm based in Washington D.C., merged with West Coast luxury hospitality interior design firm Monogram.

Established in 1987, BBGM’s projects include The Watergate, Mandarin Oriental, W Hotel and Graham Hotel. With an expansion to the West Coast, it now hopes to deepen its impact in the luxury hospitality industry.

Monogram is a boutique studio design firm that specializes in the field of luxury hospitality and resort design.

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According to Domenic Giordano, principal of BBGM, this merger is an opportunity to expand the company’s bench of architects and designers, allowing it to broaden its reach in a new and innovative way.

Meanwhile, according to Kathryn Mickel, principal at Monogram, joining with BBGM allows the company to continue designing at a specialized level while increasing its capacity for new unique projects.

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