Registered Architect, LEED GA
Mr. León has over twenty years of experience, ten of those as a registered architect. He's been involved in the planning, design and construction of a variety of projects primarily for academic, business, and housing development clients.
Mr León believes that the best design solutions are achieved through a process of exploration and inclusion. He builds consensus among stakeholders and is involved during all phases of design, managing staff, and coordinating with consultants.
He received his Bachelor of Architecture in 2000 from the Boston Architectural Center, attended on a tuition-free scholarship and graduated with honors. For three years he served as an Owner’s Project Manager for UMass and is certified as an MCPPO. He designed several homes pro-bono for Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston, and received a Golden Hammer Award in 2008 for his efforts. Was born in Barcelona, where he grew up and learned Spanish, he also lived in Mexico City and Western Connecticut. He now lives with his family in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.