BA (Hons) DipArch RIBA
Lee studied architecture at The University of North London, under the tutorage of Florian Beigel and Dr Helen Mallinson. He is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and is a registered Architect in the UK and Spain. He joined Eric Parry Architects in 2006, was appointed as an Associate in 2007, Associate Director in 2011 and made Director in 2021.
He is currently leading the high-profile Salisbury Square project in London, a flagship project for the City of London Corporation including a world class fraud and cybercrime court and the new headquarters for the City of London Police.
Lee also led the design of the R&D Headquarters Building in Singapore which is currently on site and due to be completed in 2020. He has also recently completed the 170,000 sqft Grade A office development at One Chamberlain Square, Birmingham for Argent PLC, and the £50 million Research and Development Facility for The Welding Institute in Cambridge which includes the new post graduate education facility for the National Structural Integrity Research Centre which won a national RIBA award.
He leads the practice’s masterplanning team, working on a number of high profile masterplans including the twelve-acre White City Masterplan, London for Helical Bar / Aviva, a nine-acre mixed use site in Accra, Ghana and the masterplan for The Welding Institute in Cambridge.
Prior to this Lee led the team working on a residential accommodation for the Athletes in London’s 2012 Olympics, and led the design phase of three residential apartment blocks in ‘The Heart of Doha’ development in Qatar for Msheireb Properties. He also led the practice’s detailed proposals for the redevelopment of The Selfridge Hotel for Selfridges & Co. in London.
Lee has worked in UK, Spain, Australia and Canada, is a registered Architect in both the UK and Spain.