Stephanie Kyuyoung Lee is a spatial practitioner and researcher based in New York. Her practice often explores the intersection of post-colonial anxiety and utopian labor systems in the built/non-built environment. Trained as an architect, Stephanie studied Cultural Anthropology and Studio Art at Wesleyan University. She worked in Tokyo, Beijing, Myanmar and Seoul before attending Rice University School of Architecture where she was a recipient of several fellowships and grants. Her most recent work, Ring-Around O’ Roses, proposed a hacking device against the extractive economy of floriculture in the Global South. She is the director of Office of Human Resources, a design studio operating under a community driven design approach.