About Toby Levy San Francisco

A highly successful executive with many years of experience in the design industry, Toby Levy currently serves as the president of Levy Design Partners in San Francisco. As an organizational leader and founding member of the design firm, she oversees all design, design production, and construction. Over the years, Toby Levy has developed an impressive design portfolio, which earned her the distinguished Fellow designation (FAIA) from the American Institute of Architects. She also remains dedicated to improving architectural standards via training and education.

In terms of project experience, Ms. Levy spearheaded design efforts on the O’Farrell Residential Towers rehabilitation project in San Francisco. She also played an integral role in the 1800 Trousdale Housing project in Burlingame and the 671 Harrison Street Offices in San Francisco.

Toby Levy completed a master’s degree in architecture at the University of California at Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree in religion and the Medieval at Barnard College.

Work History

Work History
Jan 1979 - Present


Levy Design Partners


Aug 1972 - Jun 1975


University of California, Berkeley
Jan 1968 - Jan 1972


Barnard College