Seung Teak Lee
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Seung Teak Lee was born in Seoul, Korea. After graduating with B.E and M.E from Korea University, he received his M.Arch from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He was the recipient of the Architectural Department Faculty Design Award from Harvard and was also a finalist for the SOM architecture and urban traveling fellowship 2009. He has won awards in several international design competitions and exhibitions. He was recently selected as a winner for Young Architects + Designers Prize by Architectural League of New York (2012), Little Free Library: New Idea City of New York (2013), Centennial River Boat Pavilion Competition (Louisville, KY), Life at the Speed of Rail Design Competition (Van Alen Institute, NY) and was shortlisted in Wynwood Gate Way Park Design Competition (Miami, FL), Folly Design Competition (NY), 10th China Creative Garden Expo (Wuhan) and Five Principals of OFFICE US at Venice Biennale 2014. He worked at nARCHITECTS and LEVENBETTS in New York, Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and nSYSTEMLAB in Seoul.




Mi Jung Lim, AIA
 / mj@stpmj.com

Mi Jung Lim was born in Seoul, Korea. After graduating with B.S from Yonsei University, she received her B.Arch from Rhode Island School of Design and M.Arch from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She has won awards in several design competitions and was the project leader of the Harvard KGSD team invited to produce a ‘REST BOX’ for the Gwangju Design Biennale 2009. She was recently selected as a winner for Young Architects + Designers Prize by Architectural League of New York (2012), Little Free Library: New Idea City of New York (2013), Centennial River Boat Pavilion Competition (Louisville, KY), Life at the Speed of Rail Design Competition (Van Alen Institute, NY) and was shortlisted in Wynwood Gate Way Park Design Competition (Miami, FL), Folly Design Competition (NY) and 10th China Creative Garden Expo (Wuhan). Sshe trained at office DA in Boston and Andrew Berman Architect in New York.




S. Toby Snyder, AIA, LEED


Toby was born in Pennsylvania, US. He received B.Arts from Clark University, Master of City and Regional Planning and a Certificate of Urban Design from the University of Pennsylvania, and M.Arch from the Rhode Island School of Design. At the University of Pennsylvania, he received the PPA Outstanding Planning Student Award two years in a row, and at Rhode Island School of Design he was awarded 2007 AIA Student Silver Medal, and was the first winner of the RISD Alumni Travel Grant Award. He is a registered architect in the state of New York. Toby worked at FXFOWLE, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Perkins Eastman and National Geographic Magazine. Toby is also a Visiting Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute, in the Department of City and Regional Planning, and a regular critic and lecturer at Columbia, Cornell, Pratt, RISD, NYU and NYIT.