Lee Altman, BArch, MSc AUD, is an urban designer based in New York City. Working with landscape architects, planners, scientists, artists, and visual designers, she has collaborated on a wide range of projects exploring the role of the designer in the built environment and developing new modes of communication and interaction within the urban ecosystem. Lee teaches an architecture and interior design studio at Parsons The New School for Design, and an Architecture and Urban Design studio at Columbia University.

Lee holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the Israel Institute of Technology and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia GSAPP. She is the recipient of the Honor Award for Excellence in Design for her work at Columbia, as well as the William Kinne Fellowship Prize for study and travel abroad. She has practiced Architecture in Israel and in NYC and has been honored in several local and international design competitions.

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