When I moved into my house a couple of years ago, I wanted to know as much as possible about the house’s architect: Roger Lee. It surprised me how someone who had won so many awards, was mentioned alongside other architects of the time whose names I knew, and was recognized as one of forty U.S. architects who have “made personal contributions to American Architecture” became relatively unknown. The curator of UC Berkeley’s Environmental Design Archives, Waverly Lowell, even described him as one of “the Bay Area's great forgotten architects.”
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