Jace Levinson has practiced architecture for thirty-two years, during which time he has served both residential and commercial clients. In private practice for twenty-four years, Jace has completed a wide range of projects including commercial interiors, retail storefronts, and over 75 residential projects of various complexities and scale. Notable among these is the renovation of a 1854 Gold Rush Era multi-family home on Telegraph Hill. Jace also serves as an expert in zoning and planning matters and consults regularly with attorneys, real-estate agents, and other design professionals. Jace has a Master Degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley and Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia. He is a guest lecturer in architectural and interior design subjects at UC Berkeley and UC Berkeley Extension. He is a member of The American Insitute of Architects and a LEED accredited professional.