Saitowitz is Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and is Design Principal with Natoma Architects Inc. based in San Francisco, California.
Saitowitz is well-known and influential in the Bay area architecture scene. He is known for his "monochromatic" and "machine-like" architecture. His design for the Beth Sholom Synagogue (2008) in San Francisco garnered international praise and awards, such as the High Commendation Award, Religion & Contemplation at the 2008 World Architecture Festival 2008. At the same time, the Synagogue received critiques from local residents.
- Harleston Parker Medal for his work on the New England Holocaust Memorial (1997)
- His Transvaal House was named a National Monument by the Monuments Council in South Africa (1997)
- Finalist for Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Award (2006)
- The Tampa Museum of Art, designed by Saitowitz, won the American Architecture Award from Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies in 2010.
Notable buildings designed by Saitowitz
- UCR/California Museum of Photography
- New England Holocaust Memorial, Boston, MA
- Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
- Beth Sholom Synagogue in San Francisco, CA
- Beth El Synagogue, La Jolla, CA
- 8 Octavia, San Francisco, CA
- Yerba Buena Lofts, San Francisco, CA
- Oxbow School, Napa, CA
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- Stanley Saitowitz (1996). Michael J. Bell, ed. Stanley Saitowitz. 33. Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN 9781885232038.
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