Jason Leach has devoted fifteen years of work to the field of architecture. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Oklahoma State University and will receive his Master of Architecture degree from University of Oklahoma this year. Jason views architecture as an aesthetic, political, and social discipline that has a responsibility to the future.
During his years of experience in the architecture industry, Jason has been involved in a wide range of projects in various market segments including commercial, healthcare, industrial, entertainment, institutional and residential. His architectural experience includes all aspects from schematic design to client relations. Jason has the ability to analyze the relationships between ideas and real conditions and costs involved in any given project to bring it to a successful conclusion.
Bachelor of Architecture; Oklahoma State University 1998
Master of Architecture; Oklahoma University expected 2016
American Institute of Architects
Urban Land Institute
Select Honors and Awards
2016 | fassler hall / dust bowl – Urban Land Institute - Best Small Scale Infill Development Project
2015 | fassler hall / dust bowl – AIA Oklahoma - Commercial Architecture Merit Award
2015 | fassler hall / dust bowl – Precast Concrete Institute Design Award: Best Mixed Use Building
2015 | 430 lofts – Urban Land Institute Impact Award - Best Small Scale Redevelopment
2015 | guardian lofts – Urban Land Institute Impact Award - Best Large Scale Redevelopment
2015 | dry/shop – Urban Land Institute - Distinguished Merit Impact Award
2015 | waffle champion – Urban Land Institute - Distinguished Merit Impact Award
2014 | one if by land – Interior Desgin Magazine Best of Year Honoree
2014 | 430 lofts – AIA Central Oklahoma - Adaptive Reuse Merit Award
2014 | 309 monterey – AIA Central States Region - Interior Architecture Merit Award
2013 | guardian lofts – AIA Oklahoma – Restoration/Rehabilitation/Adaptive Reuse Merit Award
2013 | one if by land – AIA Central States Region – Residential Architecture Citation Award
2012 | 18th street studios – AIA Central Oklahoma – Citation Award
2012 | 18th street studios – AIA Central States Region – Architecture Honor
Photograph by Cary Holton.