Lewis Reynolds

Lewis Reynolds

Lewis is a dual-qualified Landscape Architect and Town Planner, with a background in Fine Art and Sculpture. He brings considerable experience to the design and delivery of public realm strategies, green infrastructure, landscape-led masterplans, and landscape design.

Lewis studied Fine Art at the University of Hertfordshire before completing a post-graduate degree in Spatial Planning at The Bartlett School of Planning. He has considerable experience working in both the public and private sectors providing services and advice for local authorities (including parish, town / city, and county councils), charities and trusts, utility companies, schools / colleges, developers, and private clients across the UK.

He specialised as a Landscape Architect studying at the University of East London. His project experience ranges from strategic masterplanning right through to technical design and delivery. He is proficient in landscape and visual impact assessments, landscape management, planning appeals, local plan preparation and landscape-planning advice, he is particularly interested in re-wilding, climate change resilience and the use of regenerative design practices.

As a landscape designer, he is passionate about conceptualising through drawing and painting to reveal the hidden stories that exist within landscapes. He then uses these narratives to create distinctive sculptural landscapes that are expressive, and yet highly functional for people to enjoy.