Updated: Feb 17
Salo Levinas is an internationally-recognized architect known for his distinguished designs. His work brings innovative approaches to challenges presented by a broad array of institutional, educational, commercial, sacred, and residential clients. He enjoys addressing the site-specific constraints presented by urban projects and is known for bringing fresh solutions respectful of and responsive to the site context.
Levinas’s work has received multiple awards from the American Institute of Architects and other organizations. His projects have appeared and been reviewed in broad circulation publications, including The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Washington Post Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, The Plan Magazine, Architect Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Home & Design Magazine, and a number of international books and online magazines. The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce selected Levinas as the recipient of the 2016 Hispanic Leader in Architecture Award for his architectural contribution to the Washington Metropolitan Area and his philanthropic work in the Hispanic community.
His institutional and community-focused projects have set a new standard for design in Washington, DC, while supporting trends in the 21st Century and eliciting loyalty and enthusiasm from clients and community stakeholders.