Bringing together a diverse pool of talent around a single shared table, our company is built on open, ongoing conversation. Founded in 1992 by Trey Trahan, the firm is intimate in size but broad in its scope. We engage in a collective questioning of how our process and work can contribute to the health of our ecologies, cities and economies. Each member of the Trahan team is an integral part of a collaborative process that enriches our company culture and improves the quality of our work.
Yichen Lee has been with Trahan Architects since 2014. His experience includes stadiums, convention and event centers, and hospitality and commercial projects. A native of Taiwan, Yichen earned his graduate degree in the United States. He is very interested in computation and architectural representation. Yichen believes that the representation of architecture is a crucial part of the design process.
Prior to joining Trahan Architects, he worked with both Andrew Zago Architecture and Tom Wiscombe Architecture in Los Angeles. Yichen has been involved in large scale competition projects such as the MoMA installation at Taichung Cultural Center and Sports Complex at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
His hobbies include playing baseball and swimming. He enjoys light projection as an art medium and makes his own a light projection artwork for fun.
Master of Architecture, SCI-Arc, 2013
Bachelor of Architecture, Tamkang University, 2007
Design Intern, Zago Architecture, Los Angeles CA
Design Intern, Tom Wiscombe Office, Los Angeles CA
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