Salo Levinas

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Salo Levinas
Salo Levinas is an internationally-recognized architect known for his distinguished contemporary designs. His work brings fresh and innovative approaches to challenges presented by a broad array of institutional, commercial and residential clients.

His projects include AIA award-winning designs for facilities at the Chicago Botanical Gardens, which highlights the firm’s talents in collaboration with nationally renowned landscape firms, and educational and religious facilities in the Washington, DC, and Baltimore metropolitan regions. Interior Design magazine has featured Levinas’ cutting-edge transformation of an historic Georgetown property, and his residential work has been published repeated times in Home & Design, The Washington Post and Spaces. Levinas often lectures on synagogue design and is an occasional lecturer on architecture at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC.

A native of Argentina, Salo Levinas received his architectural degree from the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Architecture and Urban Design in 1981. He was a founding partner of the Budnik Levinas Sielecki Szlezinger firm in Buenos Aires, specializing in the design of high-end residences and retail commercial projects. In Argentina, he also served as an editor of the architectural section of La Razon, a leading daily newspaper.

In 1985, Levinas moved to the United States and established Salo Levinas Architectural Design, where he continued his work in high-end residences and branched into the design of retail spaces for Hugo Boss, Cartier and Byblos, among others.

In 2004, Levinas was one of ten internationally-recognized Argentine architects working around the world (including Cesar Pelli, Rodolfo Machado, Jorge Silvetti, Emilio Ambasz and Rafael Vinoli) featured in the book Arquitectos: Made in Argentina by Luis J. Grossman and Daniel O. Casoy.

In 2012, Salo was guest speaker at the 9th version of the expo ‘Argentine Architects Across the World,’ hosted at the Recoleta Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Additionally, Salo has been guest speaker at numerous architectural events in the U.S. including “AIA DC LA. IDEA” at AIA DC headquarters and “Daily Talks” at the Library of Congress.

More recently, Levinas has been commissioned to design a holistic yoga retreat on the Costa Rican Pacific Coast, a museum for modern art in the Province of Chaco, Argentina, and a Jewish cultural center in Buenos Aires.
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Salo Levinas is an internationally-recognized architect known for his distinguished contemporary designs. His work brings fresh and innovative approaches to challenges presented by a broad array of institutional, commercial and residential clients. His projects include AIA award-winning designs for facilities at the Chicago Botanical Gardens, which highlights the firm’s talents in collaboration with nationally renowned landscape firms, and educational and religious facilities in the Washington, DC, and Baltimore metropolitan regions. Interior Design magazine has featured Levinas’ cutting-edge transformation of an historic Georgetown property, and his residential work has been published repeated times in Home & Design, The Washington Post and Spaces. Levinas often lectures on synagogue design and is an occasional lecturer on architecture at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. A native of Argentina, Salo Levinas received his architectural degree from the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Architecture and Urban Design in 1981. He was a founding partner of the Budnik Levinas Sielecki Szlezinger firm in Buenos Aires, specializing in the design of high-end residences and retail commercial projects. In Argentina, he also served as an editor of the architectural section of La Razon, a leading daily newspaper. In 1985, Levinas moved to the United States and established Salo Levinas Architectural Design, where he continued his work in high-end residences and branched into the design of retail spaces for Hugo Boss, Cartier and Byblos, among others. In 2004, Levinas was one of ten internationally-recognized Argentine architects working around the world (including Cesar Pelli, Rodolfo Machado, Jorge Silvetti, Emilio Ambasz and Rafael Vinoli) featured in the book Arquitectos: Made in Argentina by Luis J. Grossman and Daniel O. Casoy. In 2012, Salo was guest speaker at the 9th version of the expo ‘Argentine Architects Across the World,’ hosted at the Recoleta Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Additionally, Salo has been guest speaker at numerous architectural events in the U.S. including “AIA DC LA. IDEA” at AIA DC headquarters and “Daily Talks” at the Library of Congress. More recently, Levinas has been commissioned to design a holistic yoga retreat on the Costa Rican Pacific Coast, a museum for modern art in the Province of Chaco, Argentina, and a Jewish cultural center in Buenos Aires.