Jeffrey Lee, FAIA, Selected for 2010 AIA National Honor Awards Jury

Jeffrey Lee, FAIA

Jeffrey Lee, FAIA, has been selected as a member of the 2010 National Honor Award Jury for the American Institute of Architects. The jury will be responsible for selecting both the National Honor Award recipients and the 25-year Award winner. The winners will be announced at the 2010 AIA National Convention in Miami, FL.

Jeffrey is a principal and the director of design at Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee in Raleigh, NC. Under his direction, PBC+L has received over 35 local, state and regional level AIA Design Awards, including the Outstanding Firm Award from AIA North Carolina.

Jeffrey is recognized as a vocal advocate for design in the regional and national architectural community. He has previously been an awards juror for AIA Northern Virginia, AIA Iowa, AIA Virginia, AIA Philadelphia. He also chaired an awards jury for the AIA California Council. He has been a frequent speaker / presenter at regional design conferences such as AIA Virginia’s Architecture Exchange East and NeoCon East.

Jeffrey received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from North Carolina State University and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Since 1988, he has served as a Professor in Practice at the School of Architecture, College of Design, North Carolina State University. In recent years, his appointment has been to teach either the BArch or MArch levels. In addition to teaching Jeffrey has served as a member of the Advisory Board to the School of Architecture and was its original chairman.

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