DONALD L. STULL
Stull & Lee Incorporated
African American AIA Fellow
SAY IT LOUD - Washington DC Exhibitor
Massachusetts Based Designer
Stull’s broad experience and contributions include the design of educational, health care and correctional facilities, highway infrastructure, transit stations and multi-family housing.
DONALD L. STULL
Architect Donald L. Stull, was born on May 16, 1937, in Springfield, Ohio. He was a graduate of Ohio State University, earning a B.S. degree in architecture in 1961. Two years later, he received a master’s degree in architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. For the next four years he developed his skills and knowledge with the Architects Collaborative in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Samuel Glaser Associates in Boston, as a designer and project manager. Stull, was the founding partner, owner, and president of the architectural firm, Stull and Lee Associates, Inc. Founded in 1966 as Stull Associates, in Boston, Massachusetts, his architectural and urban design and planning firm has been recognized throughout New England and both nationally and internationally. Stull’s broad experience and contributions include the design of educational, health care and correctional facilities, highway infrastructure, transit stations and multi-family housing. In 1990, M. David Lee, a graduate of Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, joined Stull, and the firm became Stull and Lee Associates, Inc. With co-partner Lee and a staff of forty design professionals – Stull and Lee grew from residential design to major building projects in Boston including the Roxbury Community College, the Harriet Tubman House, and the Ruggles Street Station of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA).
Object Four - Public service, government, industry, or organization
Year of Elevation:
Featured Project Name:
Roxbury Community College
Featured Project Location:
Featured Project Completion Date:
Role in Featured Project:
Principal Architect with M.David Lee
Featured Project Description:
Roxbury Community College is the result of a long planning process in which Stull and Lee played a pivotal role, including the site analysis, master planning, facility programming and ultimately building design. RCC serves a student body of 1500 and is composed of a four building complex arranged in a linear configuration. The major buildings are the Student Center, the Academic Core, Media Arts and Administration.