Gary Strang is a licensed landscape architect and architect with degrees from UC Berkeley and UC Davis. He founded GLS Landscape/Architecture in 1993.
He has received three ASLA National Honor Awards: in 2000 for Beth Israel Chapel and Memorial Garden in Houston, in 2006 for Residence Hall Units 1 & 2 at the University of California Berkeley, and in 2011 for the 22 acre Hunters View HOPE SF neighborhood. He has taught at the Universities of California at Berkeley and Davis, exhibited work in New York, San Francisco, and Berkeley, and lectured and published widely on issues of infrastructure and landscape.
Before founding GLS, Mr. Strang worked with Dan Solomon for seven years at Solomon Architecture, during which time the office established a national reputation for its work in urban design, planning, and housing. Prior to that, he studied with Mario Botta at the International Institute of Architecture in Ticino, Switzerland.Back to Staff