||||||||Robin Lee, photographed in London: his new practice will have a studio in the capital as well Dublin|Wexford County Council’s generous, Irish limestone-clad headquarters|A double skin of glass helps to protect the new building on its exposed site|Floorplates have been optimised for natural ventilation and lighting|NORD’s acclaimed stand-alone extension to the Bell-Simpson house (2004)|“Anti-architecture”: Lee gives presence and dignity to the Olympic Substation|Clad in cement panels, the rebuilt annex of Glasgow’s Destiny Church||
18 Aug 2011

Robin Lee lands in London

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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