Robert Edmonds

Before founding Edmonds + Lee Architects, Robert worked as an architect and project leader for several prominent architecture firms. He has been involved in significant museum and institutional projects across the country, including the Nelson Atkins museum of Art in Kansas City, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

Robert’s experience working on multiple types and scales of projects has afforded him a breadth of understanding of architecture as a practice and as a field of inquiry. He has borrowed methods and styles from one typology to inform creative approaches to architectural problem-solving in another.

Vivian Lee

Prior to founding Edmonds + Lee Architects, Vivian worked in New York City, where she had experience working for several international architecture and interior design offices. She has overseen the interior design of multiple, large-scale residential projects and completed a variety of commercial and institutional projects in the US and overseas.

Vivian is an experienced design leader with a particular emphasis on the role of interior design and its relationship to residential architecture. She has a keen understanding of the way in which successful large-scale development projects must have a deep contextual relationship to their broader environments.

Education:

Bachelor of Architecture
California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design

Columbia University, New York, NY


Professional Affiliations:

Registered Architect, California
Registered Architect, New York
NCARB Certified

Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Education:
Bachelor of Architecture,
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

 

Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design

Columbia University, New York, NY


Professional Affiliations:
Registered Architect, California
Registered Architect, New York
NCARB Certified

Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA)