NJ Namju Lee is an architectural designer, researcher, lecturer, and software engineer. He has been the principal of NJSTUDIO since 2004, specializing in computation, and visualization. He graduated from Seoul National University of Science and Technology(B.S), UC Berkeley(MArch), and Harvard GSD(MDes). He researched at UrbanAid Lab at UTS, SENSEable City Lab, and Media Lab(Changing Places Group) at MIT. He works in the integrative and interdisciplinary domain of built environment and technology, with a particular interest in computational design and visualization. Central to his practice is the use of data as the primary methodology in shaping a design process.