EXPERIENCE  
2007- present

Leah Greenwald, Architect, Lexington, MA

Solo practice in residential design

1995-2006 West Hill Architects, Brookline, MA
Planning, design, construction drawings, and project administration for new houses, additions, renovations, kitchens, and bathrooms, offices and day care centers in the Boston metropolitan area, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Connecticut. Designed over two hundred fifty kitchens in twelve years. Projects on this website include work done at West Hill.
1987-1995 Solo architecture practice, Cambridge, MA
House and apartment additions and renovations, kitchens, bathrooms, offices; architectural consulting on larger projects. (simultaneous with caring for young children)
1985-1986 Kruger Kruger Albenberg, Cambridge, MA
Firm specializing in building technology;
projects included exterior building skin
replacements for a bank and a university library, and
several renovation projects.
1979-1985 Sasaki Associates, Watertown, MA
Projects included office complexes, resort and housing developments, schools. Clients included Mt. Auburn Cemetery, the Middlesex School, Northwestern Mutual Life, The Piping Rock Club.
1978-1979 Whitney Atwood Norcross, Boston, MA
Firm specializing in public projects.
1972-1974 Yale Medical School Planning Office, New Haven, CT
member of four-person planning department

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  American Institute of Architects and Boston Society of Architects; Massachusetts license #5045

 

EDUCATION

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M. Arch. with Alpha Rho Chi medal for “Leadership, Service, Merit”; Yale University, B.A. Art History

 

PERSONAL

Citation award, Boston City Hall Plaza Competition. 5-time Jeopardy winner, 1988. Jeopardy Ultimate Tournament of Champions, 2005. “Colors”, short story published in Present Tense magazine. Married with triplets.