Having worked in over 70 countries, Scott Lee’s true passion lies in experiential travel — destinations that heighten guests’ environmental and cultural awareness.
Scott is President of SB Architects, an international architectural firm known for its excellence and leadership in the planning and design of global hotels, resorts, destination communities, large-scale multi-family residential and urban mixed-use projects. He’s worked on Ritz-Carlton Reserves, Four Seasons, St. Regis Hotels, Six Senses, and Auberge Resorts to create unique, immersive experiences for both existing and new-build properties in this increasingly demanding markets. What’s Next: St. Regis Los Cabos at Quivira, West Farm, and Golden Pebble Winery.
He offers clients innovative architectural solutions and hospitality and mixed-use expertise. His approach stems from his extensive travels and portfolio in luxury resort project development, where he sees the need for a new model that is sensitive to the natural environment but also delivers substantial value, for both clients and guests alike.
Dorado Beach, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Adventure travel is no longer a niche market but rather a reflection of a large consumer shift. Today’s guests crave one-of-a-kind extraordinary journeys – be it sleeping in overwater bungalows in the tropics or under the stars in Bedouin structures in the middle of the Arabian desert. Travelers increasingly seek out experiences that fulfill a higher need – something that emotionally connects a person to place.
Sam Lord’s Castle