Serene P. Lee

Regional Director at The Gettys Group Inc.

Location:
55 W WACKER DR, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Company:
The Gettys Group Inc.
HQ Phone:
(312) 836-1111
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Last Updated 7/22/2017

General Information

Employment History

Regional Managing Director  - DiLeonardo International , Inc.

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Director of Interiors - Operations and Design  - HOK , Inc.

Architectural Designer  - SCDA Architects Pte Ltd

Education

Bachelor of Architecture degree  - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Web References  

Hospitality Design and Branding Experts | The Gettys Group

Serene Lee
Serene Lee Inspired by providing clients and partners with a holistic, strategic approach to hospitality design, Serene has more than 20 years of global interior design and architecture experience. Her vast knowledge and experience within the hospitality industry allows her to seamlessly manage the day-to-day operations in The Gettys Group Hong Kong office, perceptively mentoring her team and astutely delivering projects for clients within the region. Prior to The Gettys Group, Serene was the Regional Managing Director of DiLeonardo's Greater Asia Practice and also held the position of Regional Director of Interiors for HOK. Serene is a graduate of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, having received Bachelor's degrees in architecture and building science. Serene has earned several accolades throughout her career, including the HA+D Award for Design Excellence for The St. Regis Sanya Yalong Bay Resort and the MIPIM Asia Award for Best Innovative Green Building. She also received LEED Platinum Certification for the Vrindavan Tech Village in India.

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The Designers « PRC Magazine

Serene Lee who is a director at Gettys Group responsible for overseeing projects outside of the Americas, says she sees interior design, certainly as it relates to the hospitality and retail sectors, as becoming more sensorial, more about crafting the holistic experience.
She says this inevitably means that design is becoming much more interdisciplinary and offers a lot more opportunities for collaboration with different people, is personally rewarding and delivers greater choice to clients. Lee says it always goes back to what is culturally relevant. "Hong Kong has long aspired to internationalised design and this will continue," she says. Lee says: "The biggest challenge to recruitment is that nobody actually wants a full time job. SERENE LEE, Director, The Gettys Group

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