Lee Quill, FAIA, CNU is a founding principal of Cunningham | Quill Architects, with over thirty years of experience in urban design, master planning, institutional, residential, infill, mixed-use, commercial, and corporate architecture. Recognized as a leader in design, Mr. Quill has presented for organizations such as the National Building Museum, the Urban Land Institute (ULI), and the American Planning Association (APA). He has also served as a juror for the EPA National Awards for Smart Growth Achievement, led two National AIA Sustainable Design Assessment Teams (SDATs) and participated in numerous regional ULI Washington Technical Assistance Planning Panels.
Mr. Quill has been heavily involved in shaping the growth of the DC Metropolitan area, developing policies with the DC Mayoral Task Force on Transit Oriented Development; the City of Alexandria as Chair of the Urban Design Advisory Committee and a member of the Carlyle-East Eisenhower Design Review Board and MWCOG’s 2050 Initiative and Metropolitan Development Policy Committee.
Mr. Quill’s projects have received design awards from the American Institute of Architects, the Congress for the New Urbanism, and the District of Columbia’s Mayoral Excellence Award Program. His work has been published in Urban Spaces, The Washington Post, Architectural Record, Architecture Magazine, Urban Land magazine (ULI), Inform Magazine, and Planning Magazine (APA).