Under the direction of Paul Rosenblatt, Principal architect of Springboard Design, Leah Wulfman has begun working with JAHA Curator Kaytlin Sumner to continue planning the new exhibition for the Johnstown Flood Museum. Springboard Design, a Pittsburgh-area architecture and exhibition design firm, is leading the building renovation planning for the museum as well.
Leah’s background: Leah Wulfman received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, where she was awarded several interdisciplinary awards for art and architecture. She believes that, as an expression of human existence, architecture is a means for situating and communicating stories. Leah actively advances projects and conversations that generate and unfold alternative architecture histories and futures. Before joining Springboard Design, she worked as a writer and Junior Designer for Front Studio Architects in Pittsburgh, PA, assisting with the production of a book and exhibition on Art Lubetz’ contributions to contemporary architecture and theory. She has also worked with Ensamble Studio in Madrid, Spain, assembling projects that would be shown at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 and upcoming Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017.