Bruce Levin

California College of the Arts
Graduate Program in Design
Assistant Professor
Fulbright Scholar in Japan 2009-2010
Kogakuin University Visiting Professor

MFA – Product Design, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 1995
BArch/MArch, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana 1982
Studied at the Architectural Association under Jeremy Dixon 1980 – 1981

Studied at The Corcoran School of Art under F.L Wall 1983 – 1990
Principal of Studiolevin,
1995 – Present: Architecture, Furniture and Product Design
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Bruce Levin is an architect, furniture and product designer currently practicing in San Francisco, California. By working in various disciplines he strives to bring divergent sensibilities into play when working on projects that vary in scale from the details of hand held devices, furniture design, automotive products and architecture. Issues of material invention and human interaction figure prominently in his work. In the tradition of Charles and Ray Eames, while studying at Cranbrook, he focused on interweaving the disciplines into to a common language of design intentionality. It is in this spirit that Mr. Levin approaches each project searching for its essential qualities in determining unique solutions unhindered by conventional expectations.