Roger K. Lewis

Roger K. Lewis is a practicing architect and a professor emeritus of architecture at the University of Maryland.

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The importance of a well-designed street

The importance of a well-designed street

Like good architecture, a good streetscape should aspire to achieve aesthetic as well as practical goals.

Real estate developers are merely playing by the rules

Often portrayed as profit mongers, developers by and large adhere to public policy, laws and regulations.

Fate of McMillan site up to D.C. Zoming Commission

Fate of McMillan site up to D.C. Zoming Commission

The proposal combines historic preservation, creative urban design and inventive architecture.

New Urbanism’s Kentlands is still thriving 25 years later

New Urbanism’s Kentlands is still thriving 25 years later

The planned community in Gaithersburg was modeled on early American and European towns.