Jordan Lewis, PLA
With a background in anthropology, architecture and landscape architecture, Jordan is passionate about designing outdoor spaces that connect people to the natural world and that are responsive to community needs. Jordan brings an interest in revealing the layered cultural and ecological histories of a landscape through the artful use of materials and planting design.
Jordan’s experience includes collaborating with community stakeholders and clients on urban public realm projects ranging from small-scale interventions such as “parklets” to developing large-scale street concept plans. Jordan recently worked on developing detailed design and construction documents for Pioneer Square’s East-West Streets Project to improve pedestrian connections between the Historic District and the Central Waterfront.
Outside of work, Jordan enjoys gardening, paddling on his hand-built kayak and exploring the Pacific Northwest with his dog Franklin.