Lei Li has over 21 years of design experience in the United States, Singapore, and Australia. His design work covers a wide range of project types including office, hotel, residential, institutional, airport, mixed-use and urban design developments, ranging in scale from interiors to medium-sized headquarters, supertall towers, urban blocks and city districts.
By exploring the potential of a project’s site and program, along with its cultural and social context, he strives to maximize specificity in each design solution while carefully considering client aspirations.
In architectural design, Mr. Li seeks clarity, consistency and expressiveness in design concept – from massing and spatial form to material and detailing. At Beijing’s CITIC Tower (China Zun), as Senior Designer, his work borrows from the transformative quality of the ancient Chinese Zun vessel and applies its dynamic transformation throughout the tower – from massing and curtain wall, to lobby and observation deck interior, down to detailed articulations.
In urban design, he seeks opportunities to enrich the public realm through place-making that is synergetic with programs and incorporates the human scale. In Shenzhen, his design work on key areas of the Chegongmiao Terra City master plan is inspired by the spatial techniques of Chinese Gardens. He created an interconnected multi-level public space network that works with retail and office programs, balancing the competing needs for amenity space and density in the heart of a rapidly renewing district.
Since joining KPF in 2003, he has primarily focused on leading the design of projects in China, partnering with some of the country’s foremost developers and corporations. Prior to joining KPF, Mr. Li worked in Singapore and Australia.
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