Bron Heintz

Bron Heintz

Seattle, WA, US



Bron is an architect practicing in Seattle, WA. His work combines a unique empathy for context, site and client with a creative specialization in alternative materials and construction methods. His current focus is on scaling mass timber construction to deliver efficient high-rise affordable multifamily projects. He is also exploring embodied carbon impacts in a variety of construction types. 

He has extensive experience in multifamily affordable housing and residential design in the Pacific Northwest and Southwest regions.



Atelier Jones, Seattle, WA, US, Project Architect

Project architect, currently working to deliver Seattle's first mass timber affordable housing project.

Mar 2020 - current

GGLO Design, Seattle, Project Architect / Materials & Embodied Carbon Specialist

GGLO specializes in sustainable and community focused design.
- As core member of the Sustainable Design Group - an internal team tasked with integrating sustainable initiatives, worked to push material transparency and embodied carbon reduction on a wide variety of projects.
-As Project Architect, managed all aspects of the the design, coordination and documentation of large mixed-use and multifamily projects. Included guiding internal teams, managing technical consultants and interfacing directly with clients.

Project completed with GGLO: The Junction, The Pop, Greenwood Multifamily

Mar 2015 - Mar 2020

Coates Design: Architecture & Interiors | Seattle Architects, Seattle, WA, US, Designer

-Architectural Designer on a variety of residential and institutional projects
-Construction administration on a Urgent Care Medical facility

Projects completed with Coates Design: Harrison Medical - Bainbridge

Apr 2014 - Mar 2015

Sam Sterling Architecture, Albuquerque, NM, US, Designer

-Architectural Designer on a variety of residential projects.

Aug 2012 - Feb 2014


Housing Development Consortium, Seattle, WA, US, Leadership Development Program

Housing Development Leadership Development Course.

Dec 2019 - Jun 2020

The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture

3.5 Year MArch program.

Aug 2009 - May 2012

The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, US, Bachelors, Environmental Science

Aug 2001 - May 2005


Tau Sigma Delta, Award


Greer Stafford Scholarship, Scholarship


Natural Talent Design Competition, 2nd Place


Areas of Specialization