[STRANG] is a Miami-based architecture firm well known for its pre-eminent modernist design. Founded by Max Strang in 1998, the firm has received many awards and international acclaim including features within The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Metropolis Magazine, AXXIS, Objekt International, Tropic and other media sources. In 2013, Strang received the Silver Medal from the Miami Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the highest honor the organization can bestow. The firm’s projects can be found in South Florida, Central Florida, The Florida Keys, The Bahamas, The Dominican Republic and Colorado.
[STRANG] provides full turn-key design services in the fields of architecture, interior design and landscape design for the residential market. This includes new construction residences, condominium residences and boutique hotels. They currently operate offices in Miami, Florida, Telluride, Colorado and coming soon to Dallas, Texas in early 2016.
Max Strang is an architect based in Coconut Grove (Miami), Florida and Telluride, Colorado. He was raised in a Mid-Century Modern home designed by Gene Leedy of the Sarasota School of Architecture. Prior to starting his own firm in 2001, Strang worked for Leedy and SHoP Architects. His professional training also included a brief internship with Pritzker-winning Zaha Hadid in 1999. Strang received an undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Florida and a graduate degree from Columbia University. He has received numerous local and state awards and the work of his firm, Max Strang Architecture, has been extensively published.