Erica Wunderlich, RA, AIA – Project Architect

Erica studied architecture at Pennsylvania State University.  After completing her Bachelors of Architecture in 2002, she joined Penza Bailey Architects, Inc. where she gained expertise in luxury residential design and construction.  Erica managed multi-million dollar residential projects including new construction, renovations, and additions. In addition to residential designs, Erica also directed commercial interiors projects and […]

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Beth Shalom Synagogue of Columbia, South Carolina

Beth Shalom Synagogue (House of Peace) of Columbia, South Carolina has just past a major milestone of serving the Jewish Community for 100 years having been chartered in 1912. Their current synagogue, dedicated in 1973, is modeled on post WWII synagogue design principles (i.e. modern lines devoid of detail and a deliberate lack of connection […]

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Applause from Agudas Achim, Iowa City

Levin/Brown & Associates, synagogue architects, has just collaborated on the design of a sanctuary for Agudas Achim in Iowa City.   Synagogue leadership determined that local architects working with the project were unfamiliar with the spiritual and functional requirements for the sanctuary and realized they needed additional assistance on the design of other functional components […]

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Levin/Brown & Associates is one of those firms specializing in synagogue architecture that the Union for Reform Judaism recommends to assist congregations throughout the United States  who are planning for their future.   Congregations needs vary greatly and include such diverse issues as whether to stay and update their existing building or move to a new […]

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George Fowler, Jr.

Levin/Brown & Associates, is pleased to announce the rehiring of George Fowler.  In 2009 when the economy took a turn for the worst we were forced to downsize.  Our staff which numbered 18 suddenly became 8.  George who specialized in the development of construction documents for synagogue architecture was one of the casualties.  Fortunately for […]

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