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Altham Lewis Architects was founded in May 2013 by Paul Lewis.  

 

Paul qualified as an architect in 1995 and began his career at Studio BAAD where he was project architect on the RIBA award winning Simon Jersey building.

In 1997 He Joined Lifschutz Davidson taking on the role of construction phase project architect for the award winning Hungerford Bridges, other projects included Prism (a Harvey Nichols Restaurant), and several office buildings.


In 2001 Paul moved to Pascall + Watson where he gained experience in complex infrastructure projects such as St Pancras, Wembley Underground, Blackfriars Underground and Crossrail Canary Wharf.


In 2002 Paul joined Will Alsop for 3 years where he completed a new arts complex for Goldsmiths University and continued work on Crossrail Canary Wharf.


Paul joined BFLS / Hamiltons in January 2005 and was promoted to associate director in 2008. While at BFLS Paul was responsible for the following completed projects, Strata (the tallest residential building in London), Minories student residential, Solstice business park, the GLiH hotel in Waterloo and many others.


In 2012 Paul accepted an opportunity with Ryder to be Architectural director for the London office.  Ryder is a Times top 100 company with 60 years of experience.  While there he was responsible for residential schemes throughout London.


Paul was also a finalist in the 2011 New London Architecture awards for a residential extension in Surrey and has spoken at the NLA on architectural design. Paul has also been an RIBA awards shortlister and a judge for the International Property Awards.


In 2013, after 18 years working in private practice, Paul set up Altham Lewis Architects offering architectural services to home owners and developers. Since our inception in 2013 we have been involved in over 100 projects ranging in size from a 30 storey tower in Vauxhall to a sunken trampoline in Clapham.

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