More so than the act of constructing a building, Max pursued architecture because of its ability to improve the lives of those who inhabit it. Combined with his experiences growing up with his own grandparents, Max was further drawn to Perkins Eastman’s senior living practice, where our clients are looking for trusted advisors in strategy, planning, and design for a very specific population of users. Working with senior care providers in the United States and Canada, he has become that trusted advisor in the development of both long-term visions for their communities and the realization of those visions through the built environment. This purpose has also driven Max to establish himself as a thought leader in the senior living industry at large. He was recognized as a Future Leader in 2022 by Aging Media Network.
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Max’s time at Perkins Eastman has been focused on elevating thought leadership within the Senior Living practice area, appearing as a co-author of the Clean Slate Project and Missing Main Street white papers, and co-host of the Shaping Dementia Environments podcast.