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Susan Grant Lewin Associates is an international communications firm that has been a respected leader in the worlds of architecture, art, and design for the last 20 years. Our experienced team helps to shape the dialogue about visual culture through long-standing relationships with journalists, curators, and influencers who inform opinions. Our diverse range of clients include architects, museums, artists, designers, galleries, art fairs, real estate developers, biennials, non-profit foundations, luxury brands, and corporate art patrons. 

At SGLA, we craft comprehensive and multifaceted public relations strategies that are individually tailored to each project, encompassing articles, desk-side interviews, collaborations, receptions, speaking opportunities, and unique events that will establish and strengthen a brand. We know how to create  an intriguing story that will garner high-quality exposure at targeted media outlets. 

Susan Grant Lewin, President

Susan Grant Lewin is an authority on marketing, public relations, brand-building, and image enhancement for the design industry. Throughout her career as a journalist, corporate communications executive, and public relations consultant, Susan has consistently pushed the boundaries of creative marketing to the highest levels of design excellence. For the last 20 years, Susan Grant Lewin Associates has served some of the world’s most prestigious designers, architects, and corporations. SGLA work as partners with clients: conceiving and re-tuning a brand, making highly visible and valuable placements, and prospering in a competitive global market. Susan has served on the boards of bodies such as the Architectural League, and been recognized by prestigious awards, including from the American Institute of Architects, the American Society of Interior Designers, and the International Furnishings and Design Association. She has also published multiple books, and donated a significant collection of contemporary jewelry to the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, which was shown in the exhibition Jewelry of Ideas (2017-2018).