Anne McCutcheon Lewis, FAIA
Anne Lewis is an architect whose design work is noted for its responsiveness to historical context. Following her early professional experience at the Washington, D.C. offices of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and Keyes, Lethbridge, and Condon, she established her Washington, D.C.-based architectural practice both independently and in partnership with John McCartney FAIA. A fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Ms. Lewis has been the recipient of numerous design awards from the AIA as well as civic groups; her work has been published in such periodicals as Washingtonian magazine, Custom Home, Mid-Atlantic Country, and Builder and has been featured on HGTV. From 2003 to 2008, she served as a professional architect member of the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Review Board.
Ms. Lewis received a B.A. and M. Arch. degrees from Harvard University and studied at the University of London under Reyner Banham. In addition to her architectural activities, she is the founder of City Wildlife, Inc. and has served on the boards of Friends Non-Profit Housing Inc., the Washington Humane Society, and the Jackson Art Center.
Last Modified: June 20, 2008