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 D.C. region needs a housing corporation to help make home prices affordable

The D.C. region needs a housing corporation to help make home prices affordable

Escalating costs impose a heavy burden on middle-class households.

An architectural legacy worth celebrating

An architectural legacy worth celebrating

D.C. can’t match Chicago building for building, but it can do more to encourage interest in its brick-and-mortar heritage.

Ghost Ship warehouse fire is tragic reminder of building codes’ importance

Ghost Ship warehouse fire is tragic reminder of building codes’ importance

Like the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York, the Oakland, Calif., tragedy presents a lesson we need to learn.

Not in your back yard? Think twice before you demonize all change.

Not in your back yard? Think twice before you demonize all change.

Shaping the City | Residents need to think beyond self-interest and toward the future.