Dear Luba, Julia and Anna
I am so sorry to hear the sad news. Len was a treasure to work with at SBRA, he brought his warm personality, thoughtness and amazing talent to his work. My sincere condolences for your family's loss. - Christine Carlyle
Dar Luba and Family,
So sorry to hear of Len's passing. Such a wonderful guy, so deeply talented too. A deep thinker, a true artist. He is missed.
I worked in several architectural firms with Len. I remember his kindness, his talent and his determination to do the best thing for a design.
Please accept my sorrow for your loss of Len.
I remember thinking how amazing it was that someone as talented as Len was as willing to share his knowledge with younger architects and really take the time to talk to those of us that wanted to learn from him. Len had a God-given gift for drawing and rendering and in many ways that cannot be taught; however, he was always ready to sit down and bring the younger professionals in on his process, his insights, and incredible outlook on the visual environment. He was a gift to those around him.
Dear Luba and Family,
I just found out from Alyosha Verzhbinsky that Len passed away in 2013.
I am so sorry for your loss.
I know Len from Shepley Bulfinch, we collaborated on several projects and I admire him and his work greatly.
I lost touch with all my East Coast friends after moving West and only recently started using social media.
I do have lots of anecdotes to share.
I posted a partial tribute here (went over word limit) and a full one on my Facebook page. it would be a great honor if you'd visit my page and
Please feel free to contact me anytime.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.