Patrick Lewis is principle director of Patrick Lewis Architects Ltd, who design buildings, interiors and furniture inspired by their clients, their buildings and the stories that weave them together. With projects mainly based in central London, the practice’s focus is working with existing and historic buildings, producing narrative based responses.
Patrick studied at Oxford Brookes University, the Architectural Association, Greenwich University and Westminster University. He was an Associate partner at 23 Architecture and Guy Stansfeld Architects, where he worked for seven years, before setting up Patrick Lewis Architects in 2008.
Between 2005–2015, Patrick was involved in Postgraduate teaching at Greenwich University with Atelier 11 and later running the Fable unit at BCU.
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