Leah Gordon is a Project Architect for Rowland+Broughton, based out of the Denver Studio. With over seven years of experience working in the field on various project types and scales, she is most excited by the problem-solving aspect that architecture requires. Prior to joining R+B, Leah worked for Davis Partnership Architects in Denver where she was a project designer and job captain on multi-family and higher education projects. Leah also has experience working on K-12, higher education, and tenant finish projects at other firms throughout Denver.
Leah is originally from Charleston, South Carolina, but made her way to Colorado for college and hasn’t left since. She received a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado, Denver. In graduate school, Leah was a member of the design-build program, Colorado Building Workshop, where they had the opportunity to work in conjunction with the National Park Service to design, fabricate, and build privies for the Longs Peak Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park. This project has won several awards and is featured in many publications to date.
Leah has a strong passion for leadership and is currently the Vice-Chair for the Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program, which trains emerging professionals in the field. She is actively pursuing licensure and spends her spare time hiking, camping, skiing, and cooking a new recipe every week.prev