Eric Rang, AIA, LEED AP

Principal, Architect

Eric is an adept architect with a keen eye for aesthetically pleasing design. His experience ranges from work in the civic market to education to healthcare. Eric’s attention to detail results in beautifully crafted buildings that receive admiration for appearance, sustainability and efficiency in construction.

What sets Eric apart the most is his knowledge and experience gained from working in New York City, Tampa and St. Louis. Eric also studied abroad in Helsinki focusing on Scandinavian religious architecture, and in Buenos Aires where he focused on public spaces and urban infill projects. While in graduate school, Eric won a design competition for an art installation at the Santa Fe Cultural Museum. Of over 300 entries, his design was selected to be built. The design, titled “Shifting Lines”, went on to receive the prestigious AIA Distinguished Award in Architecture for the Built Category.

Eric still plans on returning to South America to visit again, but this time travel to Chile to explore the culture, Mediterranean climate and mountains. When Eric is not working or traveling, he enjoys wood working and completing renovation projects at home. Currently, Eric is redesigning the family cabin located on the hillsides of Martin County above the White River that his great grandfather built in 1932.