Jane Lea

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Visiting Assistant Professor Undergraduate Architecture jlea6@pratt.edu 718.399-.4305 p 718.399-.4332 f Brooklyn Campus, Higgins Hall North 1

Education

B.A., Barnard College; M.Arch., Columbia University.

Biography

Jane Lea, AIA, is a founder and principal of Lea Architecture and a founding partner of Team Projects. Current and past projects include a renovation and combination of apartments in Chelsea, a townhouse renovation in Brooklyn, a 10,000 SF commercial project, an installation with the artist Matthew Barney, event installations, and an urban planning study. From 2007-2016 Jane spearheaded the design of many cultural, institutional, and residential projects at Architecture Research Office, including Congregation Beit Simchat Torah (CBST), R-House, Syracuse University Student Center, Brown School of Applied Math,  and Hudson Yards Towers. Her work has been published in the NY Times, Architectural Record, New York Magazine and Dwell. Jane has taught at Cooper Union,  Pratt, Columbia, and Barnard and has been a juror at Pratt, Parsons, Columbia, Cooper Union and Yale. She is a licensed architect in the state of New York. She holds an MArch from Columbia University, where she won the William Kinne Fellowship.
LEA ARCHITECTURE is a New York-based architecture office. We focus on thoughtful and innovative architecture at all scales. Operating on the scale of objects, buildings and ideas, we practice architecture as a process of shaping spatial and social programs.
TEAM PROJECTS is a collaborative platform for architectural experimentation and design innovation. We are interested in beauty and strangeness, permanence and ephemerality, logistics and imagination. Through an open process of rigorous investigation, we work at multiple scales on objects, installations, buildings, and environments