Lunchtime Talk Story: Chinatown Urban Design

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Lunchtime Talk Story

Chinatown Urban Design
With Ben Lee, FAIA and Scott Wilson, AIA

Ben Lee, FAIA, reflections upon his work on Chinatown during the Harris Administration in the late 1980s and 1990s.

Ben Lee, FAIA, reflections upon his work on Chinatown during the Harris Administration in the late 1980s and 1990s.

Benjamin B. Lee, FAIA, LEED AP
Vice President, Clifford Planning and Architecture

Has more than 35 years of architecture, planning, urban design, construction and project management experience in both the private and public sectors. His projects include institutional, resort, commercial/retail and single/multi-family residential projects. His major clients include Maui Land and Pineapple, Maryl Pacific Construction and The Mills Group. 

Scott Wilson, AIA shares his thoughts on urban design in Chinatown. He is especially concerned about the design of the streets and sidewalks.

Scott Wilson, AIA shares his thoughts on urban design in Chinatown. He is especially concerned about the design of the streets and sidewalks.

Scott Wilson, AIA
Architect

His career has led him to various states and countries, including Japan. He blieves in giving back to the community and does so by applying architecture techniques in designing more green for the benefit of the community and the environment. Wilson joined the American Institute of Architects - Honolulu Chapter Board of Directors in January 2009. He also chairs the AIA Transit Task Force, a group of 25 member architects who are collaborating to advocate for the transit system.