Leo Mulvehill is an architect living, working, teaching, and thinking in New York. He holds a Masters of Science in Advanced
Architectural Design from Columbia University GSAPP, and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Kansas SADP.
He has taught at Pratt Institute as an assistant to Rodney Leon, as well as being a regular guest critic at various institutions
in New York City. His theoretical writings have been featured in journals including CLOG, Urban Infill, and The AAD Exit
Book, while his design work has been featured in magazines including Metropolis and Domus. Professionally, he as worked
on projects in Europe, the Middle East, China, as well as the Americas; ranging in scale from masterplanning for new
communities to museums to furniture and accessories.