Celebrating Our Past. Cultivating Our Future.— NEWS

Celebrating Our Past. Cultivating Our Future.

Throughout nine decades, Nacht & Lewis has adapted, grown, strategized, designed and collaborated to provide our clients quality design services time and time again. Our rich history includes more than 91 years of timeless and innovative design projects, all setting the foundation for our current momentum. With our experienced team, tremendous energy to succeed and collaborative culture, we look forward to maintaining the services that our clients care most about. A bright future lies ahead as we launch into the next decade of Nacht & Lewis.

A New Look

This past year we celebrate with a new identity and today with a new website! We invite you to explore our website and check out some of the new features, including:

  • Some signature projects in each market sector with individual collections of beautiful photography.
  • A complete list of our staff to easily put names with faces.
  • Our new logo and visual identity.
  • An amazing collection of historical pieces from our archives in our history project!

Be sure to come back to our News section for current updates throughout the year and subscribe to our email list. We are also on Facebook and LinkedIn and look forward to connecting with you through social media.

Thank you to our clients, trusted partners and dedicated allies; our success is a testament to your support.


The Nacht & Lewis Team

August 15, 2013

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