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Associate Principal

Eric Lee


Bachelor of Science (Architecture),
University of Sydney

Bachelor of Architecture,
University of Sydney


Across a 30-year career, Eric Lee has specialised in design-focused projects with budgets ranging from $20 to $300 million in the commercial, residential, health, education, public and defence sectors.

He is a hands-on leader, actively engaged in the day-to-day coordination of design teams, clients and contractors to deliver projects on time and to budget.

An agile architect, Eric can join design teams seamlessly at any project stage. Since joining Architectus in 2018, he has been Project Leader of significant projects. He joined the Macquarie University Central Courtyard Precinct – a project comprising several buildings – during the novation phase and managed the project through the documentation and completion of construction. He also led the new National Herbarium of New South Wales in Mount Annan from concept design to completion.

Eric believes that successful projects are created by skilled individuals working together as a collective whole. By extension, he is interested in understanding and supporting the talent of those he works with.