NJ Namju Lee is architectural designer, researcher and lecturer.
He has been the principal of NJSTUDIO since 2004, specializing for architecture, computational design and visualization.
He graduated from Seoul National University of Science and Technology(B.S), later, UC Berkeley(MArch).
He currently continue his education(MDes) at Harvard Graduate School of Design.
As a researcher, he worked both at UrbanAid Lab at University of Technology, Sydney(UTS),
at SENSEable City Lab and Changing Places LabChanging Places, Media Lab, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT),
at College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley.
He was invited to workshops and seminars as a lecturer in several universities including Ministry of Labor Korea, and
Autodesk Korea, and he taught Digital Design Studio I, II at Sejong University, Seoul, Korea.
He published 'Simulation & Visualization of Architecture', and contributed some architectural and graphic magazines and tutorials.
He has participated in multi-disciplinary exhibitions, digital film works, and architectural group works in Seoul and Sydney.
As a visualization specialist, His collaborators include KPF, HYUNDAI, SAMSUNG,
SK, and posco E&C
for architectural 3D animation
and simulation projects.
He works in the integrative and interdisciplinary
domain of architecture and technology, with particular
interest in computational design and visualization. Central to his practice is the use of data as the primary methodology
in shaping a design process by integrated simulation and visualization.
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