Jordan Lewis

Project Architect, AIA
Outside of work…
Spending time with my wife, family and friends is primarily how I like to spend my time outside of work. When time allows, I enjoy tennis, running, longboarding, mountain biking, hiking, wakeboarding, rock climbing and snowboarding. I’m content doing about anything outdoors.

What you don’t know about me…
I survived the unexpected derecho of June 2012 in a small sailboat in the Chesapeake Bay, after it lost its motor a couple minutes into the storm. Wind gusts reached over 80 mph. It was terrifying and thrilling.

I have a twin sister.  And, No, we are not identical! You’d be surprised how many people ask this.

How I got my bragging rights…
I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree from Miami University (of Ohio). After graduating in 2008, I began working at Sol Harris/Day where I spent two years before returning to academia. I attended the University of Cincinnati for three years, consisting of two years of classes and one year of interning at two separate firms in Cincinnati through UC’s co-op program. I graduated with my Master’s degree in April 2013 and returned to the SoL Harris/Day team in August 2013.

How I give back…
I have always been involved with my church and consider the community my second family.

Who molded me into the person I am…
My parents and close friends consistently influence my life. I learn from the examples their lives set. They direct and encourage me daily.

Architecture that inspires me…
Though I have not seen any of his work in person, I enjoy the architecture of Glenn Murcutt. I am inspired by his attentiveness to the site and the way his building’s respond to their surroundings.
Jordan Lewis

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