Dallas architect, Max Levy left Fort Worth to study at the University of California at Berkeley when culture and architectural context were being violently reexamined. Returning to Dallas, he trained with the gentleman of Dallas architecture, the exalted modernist, Bud Oglesby. Now, a solo practitioner, he explores indigenous architecture in a current context. Beautiful hand sketches and carefully delineated details ultimately become extraordinary residences. Their elegance is shrouded in humility as they submit to the environment but remain compelling and dramatic. His exploration of light and shadows remains an inspiration for other architects.
A Bent Tree lot was found overlooking the Preston Trails greenbelt. This home takes its cue from the modernism cubes of the Frank Welch home designed in the 1970s when... See More on 5423 Bent Tree Drive, Dallas, Texas
Big Sky, Texas
This was the original home built in Big Sky, Texas. Designed by architect Max Levy, it was created to capture the views of the large expanse of commonly owned prairie.... See More on 2436 Jackson Road, Krum, Texas