Lewis is a Part II Architectural Assistant with over four years of experience working on residential, student residential and commercial projects, primarily in the south-west, Bristol and London.
Since joining JTP in 2022, Lewis has gained experience in high-density, mixed-use masterplanning projects and most notably the regeneration of the former Beckton Gas Works in Newham. This project will transform a currently inaccessible Thameside site, into a vibrant and sustainable neighbourhood with a landmark riverside park that will establish Beckton as a destination in east London.
Stemming from his Architecture and Planning undergraduate degree at the University of the West of England and Masters at the Welsh School of Architecture, Lewis has established a keen interest in socially-driven design at a range of scales; from individual buildings to the making of places and wider masterplans. Lewis’ undergraduate proposal for a masterplan and Town Hall for Frome in Somerset was awarded with the Bristol Civic Society Prize and Best Bristol Masterplanning Prize 2018. At thesis level, Lewis explored ‘Restorative Aquaculture’ as a means of addressing Portsmouth’s food, health and leisure inequalities, whilst also providing net-positive environmental outcomes as part of a Coastal Masterplan and Aquacultural Promenade destination.
Outside of the studio, Lewis enjoys taking photos, exploring new places and cultures, as well as attending live music events. He also enjoys the gym, running, and plays for two 5-a-side football teams.