Haute Design welcomes Leslie Saul & Associates to its exclusive Haute Design network


Leslie Saul

The Haute Design Network, well known for its exclusive and luxurious publication on the Haute Living lifestyle, is privileged to present Leslie Saul, of Leslie Saul & Associates, as a member and expert in the field of interior design. As a Haute Design partner, Leslie Saul exclusively represents the interior design market of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Designed as a partnership-driven luxury design portal featuring two leading interior designers in each leading market across the globe, Haute Design is focused on growing its members’ brands as a key design influencers considered to be the best in their specific market.


Leslie S. Saul, IIDA, AIA, LEED AP BD + C, founded Leslie Saul & Associates (LS&A), an architecture and interior design firm on December 21, 1992, with the following mission: to make the world one better place for people who work, play, age, live and learn. Celebrating over 25 years of providing creative, budget-friendly design solutions, LS&A is sought after for projects with tight deadlines, demanding program requirements, and spaces that need color!

LS&A specializes in expansions and renovations. The team of architects and interior designers thrive on challenging assignments in the New England and South Florida areas. Customers appreciate their full service approach, from concept to completion. Leslie, her designers and project managers know the best sources for just about anything, which results in reliable teams and product selections that are right for the project. Their experience allows them to anticipate the outcome of each choice, so that customers are well informed before having to make decisions. Constant communication means bad news can be delivered early when a solution can be found more easily. Their sense of urgency drives projects forward.

Leslie Saul graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where, majoring in architecture, she was still able to take courses in drawing, painting, ceramics, glass, fashion, and landscape architecture. In this context, it is not surprising that art is important for every project.

Leslie is an active member of several professional and women’s organizations in Boston and Miami, through which she has mentored students, young architects and designers, as well as mid-career professionals throughout their careers.

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