We believe every building + space has its own story to tell ...a unique experience that we discover in collaboration with our clients.
LEESER Architecture is an internationally acclaimed studio, known as a pioneer in design that specializes in the inclusion of new media and digital technologies in architecture.
As the winner of numerous awards including the internationally acclaimed Red Dot Design Award 2013 and New York City’s 2011 and 2010 Public Design Commission Award, LEESER Architecture is internationally sought after for its reputation of creating innovative, cutting-edge architectural design solutions.
3-Legged Dog Media + Theater Group
Al Qudra Real Estate & QP International
Downtown Brooklyn Partnership
Eyebeam Atelier Art + Technology Center
Genius (Rap Genius, Rock Genius, Lit Genius)
Honda Motor Co, Inc.
Museum of the Moving Image
NYC Dept of Citywide Administrative Services
NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs
NYC Dept of Design + Construction
NYC Economic Development Corporation
NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment
Second Development Services Inc
Two Trees Management Co. LLC
The Mall Group Co. LTD
Our designs are informed by social, cultural, environmental + technological patterns. We create richly varied spatial experiences + new programmatic relationships within frameworks that address impact + performance...learn more >>
Thomas Leeser is internationally known for his iconic architectural designs at all scales. As principal of his own firm for the past twenty five years, his passion for the fusion of emerging technologies and architecture has driven many of the firm’s award winning designs. Thomas’s commitment to architecture extends beyond practicing in the field. For the past twenty five years he has been an architecture professor at nine different universities. He is currently teaching at Cornell University and Pratt Institute. In his teaching and professional work, Thomas explores his commitment to innovation and the advancement of the field of architecture. Thomas specializes in museums, theaters, broadcast and educational facilities.