Both Bruce Loewenthal and Silverwood Builders have won numerous awards for architectural design, furniture design and public art:


Flights of Fancy Birdhouse, winner, 2000

AIA Casa for Kids, First Place, 1999

Indiana Sukkot Project, winner, 1998

Spertus Museum Design Competition,
Winner, 1998

Indianapolis Builders Association
Best Custom House, 1997

AIA Achievement Award,
Best Community Design
and Development, 1996

Indianapolis Builders Association
Best Product Design, 1996

AIA People's Choice Award, 1991

AIA Citation of Merit, 1987

L.A. Bicentennial Comptetion
Honorable Mention, 1980

XIII World Congress of Union of
International Architects Competition
Winner, 1979


“[We appreciate] how easy it was to do business with a small, caring contractor and the ease in which all of our call back work was handled.”

~ Danny and Laurie Hiatt

“After looking at over 40 homes, we found one [designed/built by Silverwood Builders]
near Broadripple. We were especially pleased with the floorplan that utilizes the space well. there are so many small details that add to the uniqueness of the house; arches, molded plaster elements, modern lighting. The home is perfect for our busy lifestyle”

~ De Ann K. Bennett

"We asked Bruce to come up with a unique idea for a woodland home in Southern Indiana. His model was more than we hoped for and we are looking forward to building with his help when the time comes for us to retire and live there."

~ Keith J. Hampton


Furniture by Architects, Art Center, Indianapolis

Furniture by Artists, State Museum, Chicago

Paper Architecture
Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis

Indiana Sukkot Project, Art Center, Indianpolis

Casa for Kids, Lafayette Square, Indianpolis

Less is More, Southern California Institute of
Architecture Gallery, Los Angeles

Judaica Designs, Spertus Museum, Chicago

Paper Architecture II, Indiana State Museum,

Gallery One 36, Westfield, IN

4 Star Gallery, Indiananpolis

Harrison Art Center, Indianapolis

Massachusetts Avenue, Public Art

Vietnam War Memorial Entry

Indianapolis Art Center, Sculpture Garden
Commission work to be funded