Robin Lee Architecture is a London based architectural practice. Practice principal Robin Lee trained in architecture and sculpture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture (1990) and Glasgow School of Art (1993).
Nord LLP, now renamed Robin Lee Architecture, has won a number of industry accolades including AJ 40 Under 40 (2005), BD Young Architect of the Year Award (2006), and Architect of the Year in the Scottish Design Awards (2007).
Key projects include: Primary Substation for 2012 London Olympics (2009) - recipient of an RIBA Award 2010; Bridgewater Bridge in Stoke-on-Trent (2009); Destiny Church in Glasgow (2005); Bell House in Strathblane (2004); Wexford County Council Headquarters (2011).
Wexford County Council Headquarters is the largest built work and the first project to complete under the new practice name. A second project in Ireland, the National Sculpture Factory in Cork, is in development for completion later this year.
Robin Lee Architecture has offices in London and Dublin. To coincide with the completion of Wexford County Council Headquarters Robin Lee Architecture will launch a practice website on 1st August 2011