HKS Architect Angela Lee Elevated to 2022 AIA College of Fellows

For architects, elevation to the AIA College of Fellows is one of the highest honors they can achieve. It is a designation that recognizes both the architect’s personal achievements and contributions to society. In 2022, Angela Lee, HKS Principal and Regional Managing Director for Asia Pacific, took her place among this esteemed body.

Lee is a recognized thought leader whose health care projects are consistently LEED and JCI Accredited. She has received design awards from both the AIA and Modern Healthcare, and been recognized in publications such as Healthcare Design, Health Facilities Management, Healthcare Design Ideas and Medical Construction and Design.

Lee joined HKS in 1994 and was a founding director of HKS Singapore. She is responsible for the overall performance and strategic direction of HKS in the Asia Pacific region. HKS President and CEO, Dan Noble, praised Lee and her work.

“She leads by example and motivates by doing,” Noble said. “She’s proven herself to be an asset to HKS for nearly three decades.”

“She leads by example and motivates by doing.”

Lee said that she’s “grateful and humble” for all the recognition that she has received and looks forward to helping others tackle challenges.

“I must do more,” Lee said. “I must give back. That’s all I want to do, give back and help.