Lewis studied at the University of Dundee, graduating with distinction and qualifying as an architect in 2013. He joined Eric Parry Architects in 2008.
Lewis worked as Architectural Assistant on the practice’s recently completed Athletes Village project for the London 2012 Olympics. This £50m new-build housing development is part of a wider regeneration project for East London and provides a mixture of market and affordable tenure apartments with some complementary non-residential uses. Lewis saw the project from initial concept through to construction, developing massing and layout plans in compliance with Lifetime homes.
Other projects Lewis has worked on include St James’ Gateway Project in Piccadilly, with a value of £45m the high quality mixed use project for the Crown estate incorporates office, residential and commercial, half of which is new build, part retained façade, the other half is renovation of an existing Grade II listed building.
Mainly working on the residential he has managed numerous packages, working alongside specialist contractors and suppliers to develop the detail design and specifications from Tender through to Construction. In parallel to the St James’ Gateway project he has also been involved in an £8m renovation and conversion of an office building in Albemarle Street within the Mayfair Conservation Area into five residential apartments. His role as a team of three included developing the design through from Planning to Stage E tender.
More recently Lewis has worked on The Welding Institute at Granta Park in Cambridge. The proposed £40m development in three new buildings of 25,000 sqm provides additional amenity, education and engineering facilities.