For 40 years, Mark Lewis has combined his creative talent and ingenuity with colleagues and artisans to realise a diverse array of projects for his clients and patrons in a series of enterprises and businesses.
Mark has evolved from one to the other. This metamorphosis has brought Mark to where he is. The representations demonstrate an extraordinary body of work and the stories behind them.
His current enterprise, Lewis Design London offers his patrons exceptional innovations for fine homes: high quality home accessories, furniture, interiors, and products. They are all implemented in a diverse material mix of hard woods, precious metals, leather and glass with unique acid etched, polished, burnished and vitreous enamelled finishes made to last for generations.
Mark creates art in three dimensions, a combination of sculpture, furniture and artefacts destined to become the antiquities of our era.
Innovations are embodied in every Mark Lewis design, each historically relevant. They are implemented by esteemed craftsmen combining traditional methods and, in some instances, modern technology using the exacting engineering techniques of a latter day workshop or interior refurbishment contractor.
Mark continues to design for his discerning patrons.
Design for Production
Manufacturers’ wanting to enhance their own Design and Development teams’ initiatives engage Mark to ally his talents and experience with their aspirations and commercial criteria, creating new and relevant products to make and sell.
In association with workshops with whom Mark currently has a working relationship, products are being prototyped for production and wholesale. These include a hard wood and wrought iron range of home and garden accessories.
Businesses including small building contractors and large cooperation’s utilise Mark’s contributions to their creative decision making for a variety of projects including graphic design, event concepts, commercial exhibition or show stand concepts, retail showroom presentations, and interior design including offices and office reception areas.
Restaurateurs who can relate to Mark’s own expectations for a perfect dining experience often invite him to determine the detailing of their restaurants interior – specifically the logistics and ergonomics of how it works and how it accommodates the diner who demands a seat that is comfortable, a table that is accommodating and an environment that allows each diner to hear the conversation of the person with whom they have chosen to share a meal.