Rebecca Lee Carpenter
Senior Project Manager
Rebecca Lee Carpenter is a Senior Project Manager for Peck, bringing to the firm over 20 years of professional experience as Senior Architect for some of the world’s most prominent and innovative architectural practices, including Foster + Partners, KPF, and Ennead Architects with experience in all aspects of architectural design from master planning and conceptual design, through final design and construction. Since joining PECK in 2016, she has been involved in the design and management of a number of important commercial and complex residential hillside projects, including the Draft Building in Toronto, and the Bellagio Place Residence in Los Angeles, CA.
Prior to joining PECK she served on projects throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and the Middle East and has been driven by her interest in location and culture as they relate to and inform contemporary design and construction technology. During this time, she has developed an award winning portfolio of works, comprised of international projects from a variety of market sectors and cultures including urban and master planning, cultural and institutional, education, government, transportation, historic preservation and heritage, offices, and private residences.
Project Awards include; AIA Honor and Chapter Awards, Engineering Excellence Awards, Craftsmanship Awards, Progressive Architecture Awards, MIPIM Future Project Awards, and GSA Design Excellence Awards.
In addition to professional practice, she is the author and editor of numerous publications related to the theory and practice of architecture, appearing and editing in AD Magazine, Nexus Journal, and MOMA publications. She has also taught Design Studios at Barnard College and Columbia University.
She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Indiana University, attended the Bachelor of Science in Architecture Program at the University of Cincinnati, and received a Master of Architecture from Columbia University. She is the Recipient of the AIA Gold Medal, the Lucille M. Lowenfish Memorial Prize, and the AIA Eleanor Allwork Grant. She holds citizenship in both the United States and the United Kingdom.