Korean Institute of Design Promotion "Around this time, I am confused whether David is a newcomer with an intention to become famous by obscuring his identity like Banksy in England, or a master who does not want to boast even though he has been introduced at the famous exhibition spot and has won many awards"
Interior Design Magazine "Artist David Lee Debuts a Whimsical Yet Practical New Work."
CNN Styles "Eye-catching work! Singaporean artist David Lee turns washing machine ducts into striking lamps."
Architecture Digest "Incredibly Cool Design."
Stirworld "Designed to look like chairs while their conception was about embodying the qualities of an art sculpture, David Lee beautifully balances this contradiction in his presentation."
Confession Magazine "The artist’s experimental work generate a new language that converse between art and design."
Design Anthology "Pieces in the Ethereal collection may look like chairs, but they were initially created as art sculptures."
Feast And Form "Foray into furniture, David Lee is attracting global attention." Dezeen "Singaporean designer David Lee created a series of yellow furniture with bent aluminium sheets."'
South China Morning Post "Working with the idea of crafting furniture from a single piece of aluminum, David Lee laser-cut the shape of his bench, machine-bent the first two folds, then hand-shaped the final."
D5 Magazine "David Lee's work often defies conventional labels, but that’s what makes it so captivating. His creations are the playful conversation between the old and the new, the mundane and the magical."