Xiaomei Lee

Gensler, Regional Managing Principal, Greater China | Shanghai, China

About

With over 20 years of experience in the field of architecture, Xiaomei has led project teams to successfully deliver some of the most complex and innovative developments in China and throughout the Asia region. Her portfolio is as rich as her experience including super-tall high-rise towers, cultural facilities, resorts, office buildings, retail and mixed-use centers, and residential developments. A Co-Regional Managing Principal for Gensler Greater China, Xiaomei is in charge of advancing Gensler’s expertise in the super-tall high-rise practice area throughout China.

One of Xiaomei’s most recent accomplishments is her work as the Project Director for the 632-meter Shanghai Tower Project – China’s tallest building upon completion in 2015. The project’s complexity and challenging requirements offer further evidence of her ability to manage a cross-office team of experts in architecture,…

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CTBUH Roles

Awards Renovation Jury (2019)

Expert Chinese Translation Committee (2014 – 2015)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014; China 2016)

Annual Conference, Session Chair (Shanghai 2012)

Videos

18 September 2014

Zhongnan Center Elevator System and Elevator Evacuation Design

Because super high-rise buildings are a very recent phenomenon, there are no specific building codes written for them. For any building over 50 stories, direct...

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Research

16 September 2014

The Payoff for Investing in the Human Experience

Benedict Tranel & Xiaomei Lee, Gensler

In this chapter, Shanghai Tower is introduced along side The Tower at PNC Plaza, to posit that economic propositions for double-façade design solutions must go...

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Research

16 September 2014

Elevator Systems and Elevator Evacuation Design

Xiaomei Lee, Frederick Liu & Liming Zhou, Gensler; Steve Edgett, Edgett Williams Consulting Group, Inc.

Because supertall and megatall buildings are a very recent phenomenon, there are no specific building codes written for them. For any building over 50 stories,...

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