Founded in 1966, Stull and Lee, Incorporated is an award-winning architecture, urban design and planning firm. The firm’s experience includes the design of multi-family housing and single family residences and the design of educational and health care facilities; office buildings, R&D, retail and manufacturing facilities. The S+L portfolio also includes highway infrastructure; transit stations and related facilities. A significant portion of the firm’s work is in institutional master planning and large scale urban design and planning commissions nationwide.
Stull and Lee projects have frequently been cited for design excellence, including the Presidential Design Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, and awards from the American Institute of Architects, and its Boston and New England affiliates. Many projects have appeared in national and international publications including: Progressive Architecture, Architectural Record, Architecture, Urban Design Magazine, Metropolitan Home, Newsweek, AU (Japan), Baumeister (Germany) and L’Industria Delle Construzioni (Italy) and in the publication Designing the American City (China Architecture and Building Press) Stull and Lee Inc. is a Massachusetts Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE).
Vision, Content, and Detail Grounded in Theory and Creative Invention.
At Stull and Lee we approach each project with the understanding that architecture and urban design require not only creativity, but also practicality, responsibility and organization. We avoid the direct application of stored solutions, whether found via research or in our past work. While the importance of experience must not be denied, its proper role is to inform the creative process of design and not simply to offer a palette of past options from which to choose Equally important to our design approach, is the inclusion of the client throughout the design process. In each project, we strive for design solutions that are uniquely responsive to time and place.