Yen-Ming Lee is an architectural designer with experience designing and coordinating all phases of design and construction services. He has held key roles in design and collaborated on numerous large-scale, international mixed-use, hospitality, residential, corporate, and commercial developments.
Mr. Lee most recently served as Designer for the 13-hectare / 32-acre Global Gateway Shinagawa urban development currently under construction in Tokyo, Japan. He is also a Designer for the Plieninger Straße 140 development in Stuttgart, Germany, a seven-building mixed-use development. Additional project experience includes the Next Generation Workplace in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; CoStar Group’s corporate campus in Richmond, Virginia; the Remscheid Designer Outlet Centre in Remscheid, Germany; the W Atlanta-Downtown in Atlanta, Georgia; and ExxonMobil Global Campus, BG Group Place, and BHP’s headquarters, all in Houston, Texas.
Mr. Lee received from the University of Minnesota both his Bachelor of Design in Architecture and his Master of Architecture as an integrated degree. He is currently an active associate member of AIA Connecticut.