Katie Stranix



Yale School of Architecture, Master of Architecture; University of Virginia, Bachelor of Science in Architecture


Katie Stranix is a registered architect, principal and co-founder of Office of Things, a design collaborative based in New York and Charlottesville that explores the multiplicities of the constructed environment that is at once playful and rigorous, clean and dirty, high and low. Founded in 2015, OO-T reexamines and reinterprets design issues, allowing the unexpected to arise through collaboration and nonlinear design. Stranix’s work and research with OO-T focuses on immersive architecture and environments that interrupt the ordinary and familiar through the manipulation of form, color, light and sound.

Prior to joining UVA, Stranix worked as a project architect at Studio Gang Architects on a number of community-centric cultural and public projects. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia where she was awarded the Faculty Award for Design Excellence and of the Yale School of Architecture where she received the William Wirt Winchester Fellowship, the Lord Norman R. Foster Scholarship and the Wendy Elizabeth Blanning Prize.


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