Design Legacy

The centennial anniversary of Westlake Reed Leskosky in 2005 marked the continuing evolution of one of the country's oldest architectural firms, founded in 1905 by Abram Garfield, youngest son of the 20th President of the United States. The firm continues the legacy and quest for innovation as a nationally known integrated design practice in the knowledge-based areas of performing and cultural arts, historic preservation, healthcare design and workplace environments, working with significant clients across a diverse geographic base throughout the country.

1930

1930

Blossom Hangar

1968

1968

Blossom Music Center

1968

1968

Fairview Hospital

1970

1970

University School