Leigh Cunningham

Designer

Leigh Cunningham joined Davis Square Architects as a designer in 2016. He brings experience and knowledge in construction and restoration, having previously worked on projects such as the gut renovation of a three-unit apartment block in South Boston, repairing homes that had been damaged by a burst pipe from the winter’s heavy freezing and snow. He is also skilled in rendering and 3-D modeling, as well as presentation design.

Leigh is currently working on 402 Rindge Avenue, a 273-unit occupied rehabilitation that will create a safe home for future and present tenants and includes a dramatic modernization of ground-floor amenities, in addition to a new community room, health and fitness center and computer café. Plumbing, masonry, window and ventilation repairs, in addition to accessibility improvements, are also focuses of the renovation.

Leigh is a recent graduate of the School of Architecture & Design in Belfast, Northern Ireland, receiving his Bachelor of Arts with Honors Degree in Architecture. He also has volunteered his talents in community design work, designing plans for a new clubhouse for the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) as well as creating posters, flyers and displays for events, and several crests, logos and kits for local teams.

Education
School of Architecture & Design, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Bachelor of Arts with Honors Degree in Architecture, 2015

Genio è la pazienza eterno
(Genius is eternal patience)
— Michelangelo Buonarroti