Leeuwenberg was born
in Amsterdam on April 13th 1899. Little is known
youth and education, but he is known to have been a catholic. He had
an office in Utrecht and was a member of the board of architects' organization BNA.
The following list of his works is probably incomplete.
(G): Franciscan convent
Convent in Delft School Traditionalist style.
MariŽnheem (Ov): church O.L. Vrouwe Hemelvaart
Three-aisled pseudo-basilica in Traditionalist style.
Arnhem (G): restoration church St. Walburgis
Repairs of war damage. Leeuwenberg reconstructed much of the original 14th-century state of the church, but retained Th. Molkenboer's Neo-Gothic choir, albeit lowered.
Driel (G): church O.L. Vrouw Geboorte
Three-aisled basilica in a Traditionalist style.
1949 Beuningen (Ov): church O.L.Vrouw van Altijd durende Bijstand
Towerless three-aisled pseudo-basilica in Traditionalist style. Designed in conjunction with C. Hardeman.
Huissen (G): church O.L. Vrouwe ten Hemelopneming
Three-aisled basilica in a Traditionalist style, with frontal tower and apse completed in 1961.
Elst (G): church St. Werenfridus
Three-aisled basilica in a Traditionalist style with long nave.
|1952-1953 Joure (Fr):
church St. Mattheus
Three-aisled basilica in a Traditionalist style, inspired by Romesque. The church replaced a neo-Romanesque church (H.J. Wennekers, 1866-1867), the tower of which was incorporated.
1961 Utrecht (U): church St. Salvator
Demolished in 1998.
(NH): cemetery chapel St. Jozef
Chapel in Traditionalist style.