Lee Hyden, AIA, LEED AP is co-chair of the AIA Baltimore Practice Management Committee. She is a principal and firmwide Director of Architecture for The H. Chambers Company (dba Chambers), a Baltimore-based planning, architecture, interior design and procurement firm specializing in private clubs, communities and related hospitality markets. With over 20 years of experience in various aspects of architecture and interior design, Lee has managed and designed a variety of projects across the east coast and abroad.
Prior to her position at Chambers, Lee held multiple leadership positions in several prestigious design firms in Baltimore including Ayers Saint Gross Architects & Planners, and Patrick Sutton Associates. Lee also held the position of Work Studio Director at Gensler’s Atlanta office for two years. Her work has received awards and has been recognized in prominent publications such as Fast Company, BoardRoom Magazine, and Interior Design Magazine.
Lee holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Architecture from Catholic University. Lee has also been a guest lecturer at Virginia Tech and Virginia Commonwealth University. Lee is an accomplished speaker and has presented at numerous industry events and conferences, including NeoCon East and NeoCon Chicago where she addressed the topic of “Bridging the Gap” between architecture and interior design.