Jeff Lee, FASLA
As a founding principal of Lee and Associates, Inc.,
Mr. Lee holds primary responsibilities in all phases of planning, urban design, and landscape architectural design. His most prominent projects include new cities; public plazas; memorials; master plans for parks; open-space systems; communities; resort and recreational development; campuses and waterfront development.
He is widely recognized for his specialty in green infrastructure; sustainable city design; and security sensitive site planning. His focus on design excellence
is recognized by his peers and institutions and he has served on numerous design award juries. He is a graduate of University of Virginia School of Architecture with a degree in Landscape Architecture where he recently served as a member of the Board of Managers and a trustee for The Jefferson Scholars Foundation. He was the past president of the American Society of
Landscape Architects (ASLA) Potomac Chapter; and in 2007 was inducted into the Council of Fellows of
ASLA for exceptional achievement for completed work. For more than 35 years, Mr. Lee has directed
his practice based upon context-sensitive designs of the public realm while infusing his sustainable and
conscious designs with ecological, historical, cultural, social, and geopolitical sensitivities. Mr. Lee has
previously traveled to Liberia and worked on multiple projects in the region, contributing his experience
and expertise to improve and enhance the quality of the public realm.
A resident of Washington, DC since the early 1980’s,
Jeff has actively participated in the renaissance and the growth of DC and the region. He was appointed by then-Mayor Anthony Williams to the DC Comprehensive Plan Task Force. His work has been published in the Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, Architectural Records, Landscape Architecture Magazine, APA Planning Magazine, as well as several other international publications.
Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture - University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
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