ADF: Asia Design Forum
Design Roulette, Beijing

Christopher Lee is the co-founder and principal of Serie Architects London, Mumbai and Beijing. He is Associate Professor in Practice at Harvard Graduate School of Design. He was previously the Director of the AA Projective Cities MPhil Programme and AA Diploma Unit Master. Lee graduated with the AA Diploma (Honours) and his Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture and Urbanism from the Berlage Institute and TU Delft. The work of Serie is underpinned by the exploration of the problem of type and the city, with particular focus on the complex relation between architecture, urbanization and the culture of globalization. Serie is the recipient of the prestigious BD Young Architect of the Year Award.

Serie's current projects include the Singapore Subordinate Courts Complex, National University of Singapore's School of Design and Environment and the Jameel Arts Centre in Dubai. Christopher Lee is the author of Common Frameworks: Rethinking the Developmental City in China, Part 1, Xiamen: The Megaplot, and Working in Series. He co-authored Typological Formations: Renewable Building Types and the City, and Typological Urbanism: Projective Cities.