Lee Becker

Partner at Hartman-Cox Architects, chair of the jury for the AIA 2018 Design Awards

Partner at Hartman-Cox Architects, chair of the jury for the AIA 2018 Design Awards

Lee Becker on KCRW

It’s awards season, and not just in Hollywood. Every year the American Institute of Architects bestows honors on buildings by fellow professionals.

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