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Steven Lewis, FAIA, NOMAC is widely recognized as one of our country’s most prominent voices for equity in architecture. His leadership includes service as national President of NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) and being honored with the AIA’s esteemed Whitney M. Young Jr. award. Lewis has worked in both the public and private sectors in New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, and Detroit.

Lewis was a founding partner of the firm RAW International in Los Angeles where he helped build a successful design practice and collaborated with ZGF on memorable projects, including the Exposition Park Master Plan and the California Science Center that made a real difference in the fabric of their communities. Steven joined the General Services Administration’s Office of the Chief Architect in Washington, DC, where he worked to “create a legacy of civic architecture for our time”.

In addition to his excellence across the built environment, Steven demonstrates a commitment to equity in the profession that infuses every part of his professional life. He is a Loeb Fellow at the Harvard GSD and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse. Lewis served in the Detroit Planning Department with Maurice Cox, advancing the ambitious mission of helping to revitalize the city’s urban neighborhoods. He also was a Professor in Practice at the University of Michigan focused on community issues and urban planning. Steven is now a Principal for the Los Angeles office of ZGF, where he leads the urban design practice with projects that include a major office complex in Sacramento for the State of California. In all aspects of his career, Lewis has prioritized cultivating the next generation of diverse architects and designers.

This lecture for The Dallas Architecture Forum was presented on April 21, 2021. Please support The Forum, a non-profit organization, at so we can continue to present lectures and events featuring design thought leaders that educate, connect communities, and enhance how we live.
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