Jongseo Lee is a senior associate at Steven Holl Architects, and the associate in charge of all projects in Korea. Jongseo holds a M.Arch from Columbia University’s GSAPP, and a M.Arch and B.Arch in Architecture Engineering from Yongsei University in Seoul, Korea. He has been the project architect for numerous projects in the office including the Daeyang Gallery and House (Seoul, Korea), Sliced Porosity Block (Chengdu, China), envelope design and construction administration for the Kennedy Center Expansion (Washington, D.C.), the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University (Princeton, USA), the Visual Arts Building at University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA), the Reid Building at Glasgow School of Art (Glasgow, UK) and the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA). He has acted as project designer on Linked Hybrid (Beijing, China), and has been on the project team of the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (Herning, Denmark), Nanjing Sifang Art Museum (Nanjing, China), Horizontal Skyscraper-Vanke Center (Shenzhen, China), NYU Department of Philosophy (New York, NY), and the Beirut Marina and Town Quay (Beirut, Lebanon). Along with his built experience, Jongseo has led the team for several international competitions including WDPC (Seoul, Korea) and the Busan Cinema Complex (Busan, Korea). Currently, he is the associate in charge of Meander Housing (Helsinki, Finland) which he has overseen since the project’s competition phase.