Mark Leveno is a furniture and architectural designer. Mark’s creativity leads him to idea and conceptually driven projects while his technical abilities ensure that they remain buildable. Mark takes on even the smallest projects with fervor and a sharp eye for detail. His process is to think, sketch, rethink, and resketch until a design reaches clarity.
Mark’s furniture designs have been exhibited internationally. Two of his pieces, Droid and Yeti, were highlighted in the Fuori Salon of the Milan Design Library as part of the Milan Furniture Fair in 2012. Other works have been displayed at NeoCon and in galleries. Beyond furniture, Mark has worked for many years in the field of architecture for award winning firms such as Ehrlich Architects and Buchanan Architecture. He is currently a professor of Furniture Design at the University of Texas at Arlington’s School of Architecture.
Savannah College of Art and Design
MFA in Furniture Design, 2012
University of Texas at Austin
Masters of Architecture, 2007
BA in Creative Advertising, 2000