Robin Lee Architecture is a London based architecture practice founded in 2002. The practice works across range of sectors with a current and completed projects encompassing cultural, civic, heritage, arts and residential.

Completed projects include Wexford County Council Headquarters in south west Ireland, offices and an apartment for Crispin Kelly in London, the National Sculpture Factory in Cork and the adaptive reuse of a number of warehouse buildings for developers in London.

Current projects include a collection of utility buildings for University of Cambridge, the restoration and adaption of the Carnegie Building in Erith, the Confucius Institute For Ireland at University College Dublin, Biggin Hill Memorial Museum at St Georges Chapel in Biggin Hill, several private houses in London and a number of adaptive reuse projects for industrial buildings.

The practice has been published nationally and internationally.

Projects have been widely acclaimed with several RIBA Awards, Civic Trust Awards, RIAI Awards and AJ Small Projects Awards.

In 2013 the practice was nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture, the Mies van der Rohe Award and has twice reached the mid-list for the Stirling Prize.