Martin Lee

Designer III

Project Responsibility

Project Documentation
Construction Phase Services

A Little About Me

I have worked in the fields of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, & Engineering for the past 20 years, and am pleased to have worked on projects that have received national and state awards & recognition.


Martin joined Oregon Architecture, Inc., in 2020 as a Designer III. He brings to the company 20 years of experience in the field of architecture and a special expertise in the area of historic preservation. He has completed renovation and restoration projects on buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as other unique and special places.


Louisiana State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1993
University of Florida, Master of Science Historic Preservation Studies, 1998

Academic Awards:

LSU Alumni Scholarship 1988/89
AIAS Scholarship 1992/93


I enjoy playing tennis, bicycling, snowboarding, stand up paddle boarding, & camping.


Baton Rouge, LA

Representative Projects:

Douglas County Courthouse Façade Repair, Roseburg, OR
The first facelift for this historic structure in several decades

Herb Pharm Addition, Williams, OR
This natural foods processor has experienced explosive growth recently. In addition to increasing the size of the current facility, this project also required updating the Development Approval

The Conservatory of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA
A one-of-a kind old growth redwood greenhouse structure built in 1879. The building is the oldest public wood and glass conservatory in North America. Mr. Lee produced the Construction Documents for the documentation, restoration, repair, & seismic reinforcement of the historical structure.

STracker installation at TC Chevy, Ashland, OR
STracker is a sun tracking photovoltaic array that is mounted on a 20 ft. articulating pole. The installation required both design and building permit approval from Jackson County.

2006 Modern Marvels Invent Now Challenge
A national competition for inventors sponsored by the History Channel and the National Inventors Hall of Fame, with assistance from TIME magazine. Mr. Lee was a member of the team producing presentation materials for the StrawJet invention by David Ward, which won the competition.

Calle Guanajuato, Ashland, Oregon
Addition of privately funded festival lighting along this pedestrian shopping street in Ashland.

World Heritage Sites, Katmandu Valley, Nepal
field research on the preservation and seismic reinforcement of traditional brick & wood constructed pagoda temples in the World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu, Patan, & Bhaktapur in coordination with Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust.