• Stunning Designs

    Lee has a unique attention to detail.  He envisions the full potential of every project and his award-winning designs have made him a much sought after architect.

    Stunning Designs
  • Education

    Lee’s involvement in research studies analyzing the net to gross ratio requirements of DOEs 6A-2 and work in the development of Educational Facilities Programming led to his successful proto-type designs as well as other unique designs within time and budget parameters. The children’s and teachers perspective and needs drive his design process.

  • Churches

    Lee particularly enjoys designing places of Worship, giving each site a unique personality that reflects the congregation and their needs.

  • Residential

    Residential architecture is unique in that it brings into the arena of design the personal equation. It is labor intensive and requires a special relationship between architect and owner. Knowing the client and his lifestyle has been at the center of Lee’s design process. Designing a functional, beautiful house that will fit the physical as well as the emotional needs of his clients has been the cornerstone anchor of his designs as evident with the state design award winning MacIntyre Residence.

  • Healthcare

    Besides his talent in Facilities Programming, Lee spends time and effort in speaking to all personnel from the Administrator, doctors and nurses to those who do maintenance and repairs in order to design facilities that function, are durable and beautiful, such as the national award-winning M.S. Fox Clinic.

  • Corporate

    Mr. Ramos’ experience in Interior Design, Furniture Design, Space Planning, in conjunction with his architectural creative talent, result in dynamic and successful office and work environments. Florida’s Corporate Headquarters for the Royal Trust of Canada is an example of his design.

Lee Ramos, FAIA began to practice architecture in January 1963 after returning from active military service. He was architect partner in Irani & Ramos, in charge of design and architecture. In 1966 he opened the firm of Lemuel Ramos & Associates, Inc. and practiced as principal & designer until 1998 when he sold to a national A/E firm. After a short transition period as Vice President, he retired. In 2001 he resumed practice on a part-time basis under the name Ramos Design Associates, Inc. until 2007. Besides providing pro-bono architectural services for his church and other Christian organizations, he designed a private K-12 music magnet school, conference center for a private university, a $2.5 mil 3-story middle school for a private non-profit organization and a $4.5 million 20,000 SF design-build office building. In 2009 he closed Ramos Design and began to practice as a sole-proprietor under Lemuel Ramos, FAIA architect. He continued his pro-bono work for church and designed a 100 bed hospital for a mission in Bangladesh. He has been practicing as a consulting architect for private clients as well as Florida International University, Palm Beach State College and Indian River State College. Lee has designed six senior high schools, three middle schools, 24 elementary schools and six primary learning centers for the Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Schools Boards. He completed the programming and conceptual preliminary design of the Rutgers University Laboratory Elementary Community School and was involved in the programming and design of Northwestern Medical Magnet High School for DCPS, designed five Convalescent and Special Care Facilities, two Hospitals and 15 Outpatient Comprehensive Clinics.