Aprilli design studio

Aprilli Design Studio is a design atelier focusing on research, design and implementation of sustainable design and planning strategies which improve the quality of human life, society and surrounding environments. We believe design can be a powerful tool to provide alternative solutions and derive better systematic strategies for the world's rapidly transforming social, economical and environmental needs.

Our goal is to create a living platform that can adapt to the changing social dynamics and use the advanced technology to create a better living environment for the contemporary society. We are highly interested in resolving and supplementing future energy issues, food problems and environmental sustainability. 

Our project scope includes architectural design, planning and consulting, custom interior design and product design. We are specialized in creating decorative, artistic and fully functional objects using computational design and digital fabrication technologies.

For further inquiries or information please contact us at,

info@aprilli.com 

 

designer  

STEVE LEE, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Steve is a licensed architect in California and lead designer of Aprilli Design Studio. As principal in charge, he focuses on design development and project actualization through all phases of projects including architectural design and product design. Steve has deep interest in creating innovative objects, spaces and atmospheric conditions which aesthetically, psychologically and functionally enhance the quality of living environments. 

Prior to founding Aprilli Design Studio, he has worked at architectural design firms such as Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Koetter Kim Associates and RTKL Associates for about eight years as lead designer on international high rise, commercial and hospitality projects.

Steve has received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from Yonsei University in 2002 and Master in Architecture degree from Yale University in 2007. Steve is a lecturer at UCLA Suprastudio and has previously taught architectural design and practice at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.