Lewis studied at the University of Dundee, graduating with distinction and qualifying as an architect in 2013. Since joining Eric Parry Architects in 2008 he has worked on a range of projects of varying scales and complexities from residential to mixed use office and healthcare.
Lewis is the project lead on 11 Belgrave Road, currently overseeing the construction of the 104,000 sq ft net zero carbon mixed use office building, the ambitious project is targeting BREEAM ‘Outstanding’, WELL Platinum and NABERS 5.5 star. The project includes retention of the existing structures, the use of low embodied carbon materials and extensive landscaping and urban greening to create a sustainable and flexible workspace.
Recent projects include the masterplan and hospital for Warneford Park, Oxford, a new leading centre of research and clinical excellence in mental healthcare and 1-9 Seymour Street, a mixed-use development for The Portman Estate in Marylebone. Lewis also manages the office social committee, organising regular talks and events, alongside this he established the gardening club, a group responsible for planting and maintaining the extensive roof top gardens that provide a valuable amenity space to the studio and a good crop of vegetables each year.