Leah Greenwald


Leah Greenwald has been a practicing architect for over twenty-five years.  She grew up in New York City, and went to New York public schools (Hunter Elementary and the High School of Music and Art).  At Yale University, she majored in Film History, and got her master’s degree in architecture from M.I.T. After an earlier career in firms working on commercial, institutional, academic, resort, and housing developments, for the last fifteen years she has worked almost exclusively on residential projects: renovations, additions, and new construction. She has designed literally hundreds of kitchens.  A member of the American Institute of Architects and a “Jeopardy!” champion, she lives with her husband and triplet sons in the Boston area, and is working on a book about kitchen design.