Founded in 1966, Stull and Lee, Inc. (S+L) is an award-winning architecture, urban design and planning firm. The firm’s experience includes the design of multi-family housing and the design of educational and health care institutions, office buildings, retail and manufacturing facilities. The S+L portfolio also includes highway infrastructure, transit stations and related facilities. A significant portion of the firm’s work is in institutional master planning and large-scale urban design and planning commissions nationwide.

S+L projects have frequently been cited for design excellence, including the Presidential Design Award from the National Endowment for the Arts for the design leadership of Boston’s Southwest Corridor transit project. The firm has also received multiple awards from the American Institute of Architects, and its Boston and New England affiliates.

The firm was established by the late Donald L. Stull, an African American pioneer in the profession. He was a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, a member of the distinguished College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, and recipient of the Boston Society of Architects 1997 Award of Honor.

Continuing under M. David Lee’s leadership, the firm is committed to distinctive design outcomes and avoiding the direct application of stored solutions, whether found in research or the firm’s past projects. S+L’s obligation to its clients is to offer innovation, creativity, and practicality, and a fresh approach that respects clients’ needs and aspirations.

Stull and Lee Inc. is a 100% minority-owned firm with Massachusetts Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) designation.

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