Paul Lee

Paul Lee

Little Ferry, NJ, US

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Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, Teaching Assistant

ARC 100, Introduction to Architectural Design Concepts:
Guided enrolled high school students in introductory design concepts and representational techniques for four weeks under Professors Molly Hunker and Greg Corso.

Jul 2017 - Jul 2017

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, Teaching Assistant

ARC 181, Representation 1:
Paired with a graduate teaching assistant, we guided students with analytical, representational, and projective drawing techniques in the classroom and in the field under Professor Ted Brown.

Aug 2016 - Dec 2016

ASH NYC, Brooklyn, NY, US, Architectural Design Intern

Produced design models and SD and DD drawing sets for two restoration and renovation projects, the Wurlitzer Building in Detroit and a church, convent, rectory, and school complex in New Orleans

Jul 2015 - Aug 2015

B&B Sheet Metal, Long Island City, NY, US, Drafting and Estimating Intern

Reviewed CD sets to identify sheet metal products for bidding, estimated project costs, wrote corresponding quotes, and produced shop drawings for products to be offered

Jun 2013 - Aug 2013


Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2012 - May 2017


Super Jury Awards for Best Thesis, Nomination

Thesis “Wrong Features” nominated by advisors and faculty as one of 17 thesis projects to be reviewed by all school faculty and six guest critics for the annual Thesis Super Jury Awards


Ralph T. Walker Travel Prize, Scholarship

Awarded a scholarship to travel to Düsseldorf, Germany, to visit the industrial and vernacular landscapes photographed by Bernd & Hilla Becher to produce alternate image series that privilege the perception of distinctive features as opposed to resonating types, serving as an expansion of my research for my thesis project.


Undergraduate Research Grant, Grant

Awarded a grant to conduct research under Professor Maya Alam about new forms of subject-object-context relationships in architecture for the summer. A continuation of Maya Alam’s seminar “Black Wholes”, the project is a study of legibility and illegibility through the production of architectural objects and models through digital, physical, and mixed media processes.


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