Lee Hyden Named Director of Architecture, Baltimore


BALTIMORE, MD | April 4, 2016

Chambers is thrilled to announce the recent addition of Ms. Lee Hyden, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP to the Chambers Team as Director of Architecture.

Lee joins Chambers after an impressive 18-year career in architecture and interior design. Since 2014, she has served as Architect and Director of Interiors at Alt Breeding Schwartz Architects in Annapolis, Maryland. Prior to her most recent role, Lee was Studio Director for Gensler in Atlanta, Georgia, where she significantly increased both studio revenue and productivity during her tenure. Earlier in her career, she was also Project Architect and Director of Interiors for six years with Ayers Saint Gross Architects and Planners, as well as Senior Interior Designer with Patrick Sutton Associates for eight years.

In addition to her valuable work experience, Lee is known as an accomplished speaker. She has previously presented at numerous industry events and conferences, including NeoCon East and NeoCon Chicago, where she addressed the topic of “Bridging the Gap between Interior Design and Architecture.”

“Lee’s outstanding educational background and rich work history in both architecture and interior design makes her the ideal choice for this position,” says president and CEO Rick Snellinger. Lee will work closely with Chambers’ studio directors to enrich the project delivery system from master planning through implementation, strengthening the company’s 360-degree approach to club planning and design. “Her role will be essential to improving collaborative efforts between Chambers’ planning, architecture, interior design, and procurement studios,” Snellinger adds.

Chambers has been working in the private club industry since their first engagement with Baltimore Country Club in the mid 1940’s. Today they are the largest hospitality design firm in the nation with a singular purpose of working with private clubs. Chambers is also a Corporate Alliance Partner of the Club Managers Association of America, providing significant support to the continuing education and advancement of the private club industry. Chambers takes a 360⁰ approach to club planning and design because they know that everything is connected. Everything matters.