Christopher Lee joined Bernard Tschumi Architects in 2005 and is a licensed architect in the State of New York. He has served as project designer on a number of commissions, including Interface Flon Transit Station in Lausanne, Switzerland, the New Hague Passage in The Netherlands, and was also a key designer on the master plans for the Media Zone in Abu Dhabi and the International Financial Centre of the Americas in the Dominican Republic. Prior to joining BTA, Christopher was a designer at Ehrenkrantz Eckstut and Kuhn Architects in New York, where he was involved in the Redevelopment Plan for Downtown Brooklyn and the rezoning of Penn Center. He also was the recipient of a design and research fellowship at the University of Detroit Mercy’s non-profit Detroit Collaborative Design Center. Christopher is a graduate of the University of Kansas who holds a M.Arch from Columbia University.