DON LEE, Architect
As a licensed architect in California and Nevada, Don has practiced architecture and urban design in New York City, Nevada, Northern California and Southern California. Don has a Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and a Master in Urban Design from the City College of New York, the City University of New York.
He has been a guest lecturer and critic for senior thesis projects at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State Long Beach. He has also taught classes in commercial development at UC Irvine.
As the Design Director for the Orange County Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, he established a program where practicing architects could participate as guest critics at some of the top architecture schools in the country.
As the Design Partner for Langdon Wilson Architects, he was responsible for the Physical Land Planning, Architectural and Interior Design for the Newport Beach and Phoenix offices. His background extends even further to graphic design, trade show exhibit design, custom furniture design and custom lighting design.
LORRENE LUM LEE, Interior Designer
Lorrene holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology form the University of California Berkeley and a Bachelor in Interior Design from Cal State Long Beach. She has worked for many architecture and interior design firms in Southern California.