Our Firm


LEVY Architects is devoted to a creative design approach that expresses the client’s needs and surroundings. Through a careful analysis of the site, space, light, and surrounding context, the craft of design is distilled into the art of place. LEVY approaches design with a team-based mentality, and we engage every client at all levels of design. Each project poses a unique set of opportunities that allow us to develop a creative solution to our client’s needs, intentions, and budget. The creation of high quality, individualized architecture within a limited budget requires a constant exploration of simple structural systems and the creative use of affordable new and off-the-shelf materials. Each project presents the opportunity to embrace the ambitions and needs of its users, a specific context, an exploration of conceptual and practical ideas, the use of natural light, and new technological and material applications.

LEVY believes that great relationships are the foundation of great buildings. From the collaboration that takes place during the design-build phase to the client's experience within a finished space, Levy Architects brings a renewed focus to our clients and our craft. We work directly with every client, from general contractors to sole proprietors, to ensure the shared vision of a project becomes a shared success.

What Is "Texas Contemporary?"

Texas Contemporary merges the fundamental design principles of contemporary architecture and the historical elements of Texas architecture.  At LEVY Architects, we believe our work demonstrates the blend of these two styles.  Our work strives to reflect sustainability, simplicity and craftsmanship, while paying homage to Texas architecture.  We have defined it as Texas Contemporary.

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Community Involvements

Our firm plays an active role in the community. Every team member is required to dedicate a minimum of 2.5% of their time to community services. Some of our involvements include:

  • Heritage Society of Austin
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Texas Fine Arts Association
  • Austin Chamber of Commerce
  • CCIM Power Partner / Committee Member
  • AIA Elementary in Education
  • Barkitecture
  • Mobile Loaves and Fishes
  • Real Estate Council of Austin
  • American Institute of Architects
  • Texas Society of Architects
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
  • United States Green Building Council
  • Austin Energy Green Builder Program
  • Real Estate Council of Austin / Leadership Development Council 2010
  • Real Estate Council of Austin / Steering Committee 2011