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Robert Stone received his Master and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. He joined Levin & Associates in 1997 following work in Chicago as a project architect and director of an art gallery.
He has been responsible for two of the firm's major projects in the arts which opened in 2000: the renovated University Art Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and The MaryLou and George Boone Gallery at The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California. The Boone Gallery, an adaptive re-use of a 1911 carriage house, which was later used as a garage, provides gallery and support space for changing exhibitions. This project received a preservation award from the Los Angeles Conservancy in May 2000.
Currently Robert Stone is working on the firm's Traveltown Locomotive Pavilion in Los Angeles' Griffith Park, a senior housing project in Echo Park.
As a writer, he has been published in "The New Art Examiner" with the article "Shopping for Space-Product: Considering Corporate Architecture as a Consumer Product" in May 1997.
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