Diana Bailey qualified in Interior Design from the Chelsea School of Art in 1979.
From 1986 Diana has been a full member of the British Institute of Interior Design for whom she now sits on the Admissions Board.
Prior to forming her own partnership Diana worked with GMW Architects, David Hicks and Charles Hammond for a number of years. In 2002 she formed the partnership of Bailey Lewis, a multidisciplinary design and architectural practice, working from their own purpose built new offices on the River Crouch. Diana’s style is both eclectic and contemporary, using fresh clear colour palettes wherever possible.
Michael Lewis qualified from the Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning in 1981. Michael has been a full member of the RIBA since 1985.
Michael has put his many years of architectural expertise into practice with Bailey Lewis, with a number of private and commercial appointments including the Award Winning conversion of Harrods offices on Brompton Road to create 13 luxury apartments.
Michael has also acted as consultant for prestigious residential developments maximizing commercial values for developers. He also has specialist expertise in the refurbishment and restoration of listed and historic buildings, and has won numerous conservation and design awards. Whilst continuing to nurture clients and new projects Michael remains hands on in design development, planning, production information and administration of building contracts.