Drew Lang is the founding principal of Lang Architecture. He earned a Master of Architecture from Yale University and is a licensed architect in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana.
Drew leads the studio and establishes the design direction for all Lang projects. He works closely with design teams, clients and collaborators to create buildings, spaces, and experiences with enduring presence and purpose.
Born in New Orleans, Drew developed an early passion for how nature and architecture influence daily life. That passion lives today in all of the firm’s work, including Hudson Woods, Splinter Creek, and the upcoming Windham Mountain development.
As an active member of communities in New York and New Orleans, Drew founded the Faubourg St. Roch Project, a non-profit dedicated to revitalizing New Orleans’ St. Roch neighborhood. He is also a member of the Forum for Urban Design, the Architectural League and the Van Alen Institute.