Influenced by his grandparents, an inventor and a painter, Lee had early exposure to creative thinking and expression that ultimately led him to pursue a career in design. He discovered similarities between his growing interests in architecture and medicine—both focus on improving quality of life and realizing potential. Today, he is an architect with over 20 years of experience in master planning and healthcare and senior living design, who brings his passion to serve people through the design of thoughtful environments ranging from new communities to complex renovations. As a Managing Principal of the Pittsburgh studio, Lee concentrates on the unique vision of clients, the design process of teams, and the successfully delivery of projects.
Our Perkins Eastman
Matching the right team with the right project is not bounded by the expertise in any one Perkins Eastman studio. Lee connects talent from across the firm to align the team’s knowledge and experience with the project’s vision and goals.