Marie-José Van Hee (°Ghent, May 21, 1950) is a Belgian architect.
Van Hee studied architecture at the Sint-Lucas Institute in Ghent, where she graduated in 1974. From 1976 to 1986 she worked at Group Planning. From 1986 to 1990 she worked for the Office VDVH & Assoc. In 1990 she started her own office in Ghent and a year later she was also a lecturer at the department of architecture of Saint Luke.
Marie-José Van Hees oeuvre comprises mainly housing and renovations. Her designs are simple but sensual. Let them include designs inspired by Luis Barragan and Dom Hans van der Laan.
Along with Robbrecht & Daem Van Hee sche received in 1997 the biennial Flemish Culture Prize for Architecture. In 2017 she received the prestigious British International Fellowship from the Royal Inistitute of British Architects (RIBA) for her contribution to architecture.