Kevin Y. Lee is a designer, researcher and educator based in Boston. He holds an M. Arch from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a B. Arch from the University of Southern California.  Lee has taught in introductory architectural programs at both USC and Harvard GSD.  His collaborative research and design work “Continuous City” has been published and exhibited in a variety of academic publications and institutions. Much of his research work and design projects explore the intersection of design in social, cultural and economic issues. Subjects of his research range from investigating the basic elements of domestic spaces in the larger frame-work of American cultural heritage, the impact of high frequency trading on the development of Manhattan, to re-imagining the use of parking lots in North Dakota in the wake of its recent oil-driven economic surge.