Lewis is a multi-disciplinary designer with a keen interest in exploring the intersection of music, architecture and philosophy. Memory Palace is informed by the writings of Plato, Aristotle, Jedlowski, Lefebvre, Sacks and Cage, and seeks demonstrate the potential that a palimpsest approach holds in an urban context. Through exploration and re-interpretation of writings pertaining tomemory, both in an architectural and personal context, Memory Palace aims toexplore the power that the vestiges of the past hold to inform the developments of the present.

Site-specific sound experiments have formed a key component of Lewis’ architectural development, and the relationship between sound and space – and the effect of the former on the perception of latter – is further explored through a piece of music that seeks to evoke the ambience of the differentspaces within his proposal, and the experiential transition between them.