françois lévy | architecture + interiors pllc is founded on a commitment to a crafted response to contemporary life. Every client, site, and interior has a unique project in them; our job is to actively listen. We bring knowledge, care and sensitivity to proportion, space, light, materials and technology to draw out the best possible architecture and interior design at the intersection of client needs, locale, form, and budget.
François Lévy is a registered New Mexico and Texas architect, author, researcher and former university lecturer who's been designing in Austin for over twenty years. His BA in classics and philosophy is from St John's College; he holds an M.Arch as well as an MS in architectural engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He has taught in both the Schools of Architecture and Engineering at UT Austin, as well as at St Edward's University and UT San Antonio's Department of Architecture. His projects have attracted regional and national press, including Dwell Magazine and HGTV. François is the author of books on design: BIM for Design Firms as well as BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design; a contributor to the AIA's The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice; and he has lectured widely on sustainability, Building Information Modeling (BIM), and space architecture.
Sherri Woolley Ancipink AIA is a licensed Texas architect and interior designer, and graduate of the University of Arkansas. Passionate about preserving the character and charm of existing structures, she delights in creating designs that represent and improve clients’ environments. Sherri has expertise in interior design, from layout, to finishes and colors, fixtures and finishes, and appliances. She carefully studies and expands the architectural language of a project and its surroundings to help create a consistent, compelling sense of place attuned to clients' lives. Her experience spans from new construction, to whole-house remodels, to creating inviting kitchens and baths.
Christopher James Balli holds a BS in Architecture and an M.Arch from the University of Texas at San Antonio. His studies included concentration in sustainable design, historic preservation, and urban planning; his masters thesis was “Resilient Architecture: An Evolving Typology for an Evolving Climate.” Christopher's design interest is rooted in exploring the relationship of space and structure, with special consideration for contextually sensitive expressions of form.
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