Jeremy Leman is a systemic thinker with a keen ability to integrate diverse aspects of a project into a coherent and identifiable whole.

With over two decades of design experience, Jeremy has worked on a large and varied number of projects, including as project architect for 181 Mercer, a multipurpose academic and residential building for New York University; Pendleton West, an arts and music facility for Wellesley College; and the Consortium for Building Energy Innovation (CBEI), an energy efficient facility for the Pennsylvania State University. Jeremy brings an eye for design and detail, coupled with technical and construction expertise, and physical prototyping to produce thoughtful and award-winning works of architecture. 
Jeremy earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and has lived, worked, and traveled across the United States and the United Kingdom.