Evelyn Lee

 

EVELYN LEE - Senior Contributing Editor
Evelyn is a 2012 dual degree candidate getting a sustainable MBA/MPA from the Presidio Graduate School. Trained as an architect, she received her Masters in Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture’s (SCI-arc) Metropolitan Research and Design Program. Prior to going back to school, she was program manager for Public Architecture in San Francisco, CA, where she oversaw all aspects of their 1% Program, encouraging architects to give 1% of their time to the public good, pro bono. Evelyn is constantly searching for new avenues to expand her architectural knowledge, and is a freelance writer for a number of written and online publications. When she’s away from the computer, Evelyn enjoys running, playing the piano, driving her Prius, and coaching/playing soccer.

Evelyn can be contacted at evelyn.m.lee@gmail.com

Evelyn Lee
Solar Panels are Front and Center at this Year’s Emmys

Solar Panels are Front and Center at this Year’s Emmys

SolarWorld raised a canopy of 200 solar panels this week to help provide power and shade for the 2011 Emmys’ Red Carpet. The 50 kilowatt display is the largest temporary instillation…

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Inhabitat LA Exclusive Interview with Laura Avery, Manager for the Santa Monica Farmers' Markets

Inhabitat LA Exclusive Interview with Laura Avery, Manager for the Santa Monica Farmers' Markets

This Wednesday kicks off the City of Santa Monica Farmer's Market 30 year Celebration, and Inhabitat got an exclusive interview with, Laura Avery, overseer of the Farmer's Market for 29…

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Farmers Field: The Most Sustainable Stadium in the United States

Farmers Field: The Most Sustainable Stadium in the United States

Los Angeles has been trying to attract a football team to their city for some time now, and the anticipated Farmers Field carbon neutral stadium may just be the icing on the cake. …

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World’s First LEED Platinum Airplane Hanger

World’s First LEED Platinum Airplane Hanger

At approximately 52,000 square feet, 10,000 of which is dedicated to office space the hanger is big enough to hold corporate gets as large as the Boeing Business Jet 757-200 along with…

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High Tech High Chula Vista Delivers Students a Great Education in a Sustainable Atmosphere

High Tech High Chula Vista Delivers Students a Great Education in a Sustainable Atmosphere

The campus design purposefully breaks the building into smaller portions in order to provide internal shaded courtyards which allow natural light and ventilation into the learning…

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Good Food Festival: The Farmers’ Market Never Tasted So Good

Good Food Festival: The Farmers’ Market Never Tasted So Good

Featuring 30 of LA’s top chefs paired with 30 market farmers, the “Localicious Gala" celebration will take place Friday evening at the Annenberg Community Beach House. Attenddees…

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Join Inhabitat at the Women in Green Forum This Week

Join Inhabitat at the Women in Green Forum This Week

Join Inhabitat's Senior Editor, Evelyn Lee, this coming week at the Women in Green Forum, August 30th-31st in Santa Monica at the Sheraton Delfina. Only its in second year, the…

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Grab your Paddle for a Trip Down the LA River

Grab your Paddle for a Trip Down the LA River

Hosted over a series of six weekends spanning August and September, each of the two-and-a-half hour river tours will be spearheaded by the non-profit organization, Friends of the Los…

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Bidding War over the Crystal Cathedral Campus

Bidding War over the Crystal Cathedral Campus

The “Hour of Power” for Crystal Cathedral draws to a close, but the bids to buy the campus of this Southern California Icon keep rolling in. Earlier this month, the local…

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Local Library is a LEED Platinum Diamond in the Rough

Local Library is a LEED Platinum Diamond in the Rough

The site of the library at the west corner of Silver Lake and Glendale Boulevards was previously occupied by a Chevron Station that was later repurposed as a site of local Halloween…

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