Amy Leedham is an Associate of Atelier Ten. As a registered architect, Amy combines her expertise in building physics and architecture to foster communication between the design team and technical consultants.
Amy has successfully managed projects of all scales with a wide range of ambitious goals including net zero energy, zero water waste, occupant health and embodied carbon. Amy leads Atelier Ten’s carbon practice and has greatly advanced the firm’s approach and process to reduce the carbon impact of our projects. She is managing some of Atelier Ten’s most ambitious projects. Her project work includes the UC Merced 2020 Project, the Candlestick Point Development, UCLA Geffen Hall, and the new San Mateo County Office Building.
Beyond Atelier Ten, Amy is a member of the AIA National 2030 working group that has enabled the collection of building energy data and identifies ways to facilitate more efficient buildings. She has taught sustainable design practices at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and lectured at the Architectural Association in London.