Max Strang

Max Strang is the founding principal of [STRANG] Architecture, a Florida-based firm acclaimed for its site-specific and climate-driven designs.

Through his work and discourse, Strang has consistently underscored the ongoing relevance and importance of regional modernism to an international audience.

In 2016, he was elected to the prestigious College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and in 2013 he received the Silver Medal from the Miami Chapter of the AIA, the highest honor the organization can bestow.

He was raised in a Mid-Century Modern home designed by Gene Leedy of the Sarasota School of Architecture.[1] Strang is a graduate of the University of Florida and Columbia University. Prior to establishing his own firm, he worked in the architecture offices of Gene LeedySHoP Architects and Zaha Hadid.

Learn more about [STRANG] Architecture in this book and this article.

The book mentioned in the interview about Rockhouse, is here.

Completed in 2004, Strang’s “Rockhouse” adapts the concepts of Paul Rudolph’s “Umbrella House” to the local context of Miami’s jungle-like Coconut Grove neighborhood.
The award-winning Ballast Trail Residence, designed by [STRANG] in the Florida Keys, is raised substantially above the ground in anticipation of hurricane storm surges and rising seas.
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