Leers Weinzapfel Associates
Founded in 1982, Leers Weinzapfel Associates has two fundamental goals since its inception: to create bold and refined architecture for the public realm and to create a collaborative workplace inclusive of the diverse voices and talents of our colleagues. Their work lies at the juncture of architecture, landscape, urban design, and infrastructure. They bring inventiveness to dramatically complex conditions and they meet challenges with uncommon design clarity, refinement, and intelligence.
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From the beginning, Leers Weinzapfel Associates’ work has been intentionally public in nature and attitude, often embedded in the urban fabric. They are committed to providing meaningful spaces for human interaction and to promoting social well-being. Their public building projects began with small community recreation buildings and neighborhood police stations and expanded to important civic buildings including state and federal courthouses.
Today, they are a diverse team of 30 from the U.S., Central America, Europe, and Asia. Their projects are embedded in cities, on campuses, and across the wider landscape.
10 AMAZING PROJECTS BY LEERS WEINZAPFEL ASSOCIATES:
- INNOVATION CENTER
- KREHER PRESERVE & NATURE CENTER PRESCHOOL
- ANONYMOUS HALL
- ADOHI HALL
- CENTER FOR ENGINEERING, INNOVATION, AND SCIENCES
- DISTRICT ENERGY FACILITY
- JOHN W. OLVER DESIGN BUILDING
- EAST REGIONAL CHILLED WATER PLANT
- SCIENCE CENTER EXPANSION
- MIT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING