Studio Gang

Founded and led by Jeanne Gang, Studio Gang is an architecture and urban design practice with offices in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco.

We help people, organizations, and cities design their futures.

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Jeanne Gang Leads the Way on Pay Equity

She closed the gender wage gap at Studio Gang and calls on others to do the same.

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“Jeanne Gang — Making Waves in a Male World”

Financial Times architecture critic Edwin Heathcote speaks with “Chicago’s ‘most interesting contemporary architect’ on building places that bind people together,” and her ambition "to decrease polarisation in society and connect people to each other and the environment.”

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Jeanne Gang on the Venice Biennale

Boating through the canals of Venice, Jeanne Gang discusses the Studio’s projects for the Venice Biennale, Stone Stories for the US Pavilion and an installation for FREESPACE.

Projects

Revitalizing the Chicago River

By creating a key public access point along the river’s edge, the Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571 supports the larger movement toward an ecological and recreational revival of the Chicago River.

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Transforming a Monolithic Skyscraper into a New Landmark for Paris

Developed for the international competition to redesign Paris’s Tour Montparnasse, Studio Gang’s design reimagines the historic structure as a dynamic hub for economic innovation, a vibrant center of community life, and a global model of sustainability.

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Designing for Belonging

Studio Gang's Stone Stories explores the design of inclusive public space for Dimensions of Citizenship, the US Pavilion at the 16th International Venice Architecture Biennale.

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Activating the Memphis Riverfront

The Memphis Riverfront Concept describes how six miles of the city’s Mississippi riverfront can become a signature network of spaces and opportunities that benefits the entire community.

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Blair Kamin Reviews Solstice on the Park

“Amid a construction boom characterized by blandness rather than boldness, Chicago architect Jeanne Gang’s new apartment tower in Hyde Park is a striking exception: a building that turns the important but prosaic task of saving energy into muscular visual poetry.”

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Studio Gang’s New Toronto Tower Revealed

Globe and Mail architecture critic Alex Bozikovic previews the Studio’s latest tower design and first project in Canada: One Delisle.

Publications

Read “Writers Theatre, Glencoe, une quête optimiste” in L’Architecture D’Aujourd’hui

In response to the theme of the 16th International Venice Architecture Biennale, FREESPACE, Jeanne Gang discusses her view of “generosity” in architecture, using the Studio’s Writers Theatre project as a case study.

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Studio Gang’s Stone Stories Featured in the New York Times

Stone Stories is profiled along with the six other projects that make up Dimensions of Citizenship, this year’s US Pavilion exhibition at the 16th International Architecture Biennale in Venice.

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Studio Gang Announces First Los Angeles Project

The twenty-six-story apartment and hotel tower opens up the potential of the site to connect neighborhoods.

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Berlin Family Lectures

Lectures 12, and 3 are now streaming.

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Studio Gang Unveils Scalloped Concrete Condo Tower for Brooklyn

The project will “bring a sense of openness and a sense nature into Downtown Brooklyn.”

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40 Tenth Avenue Tops Out

Formerly known as the Solar Carve Tower, 40 Tenth Avenue is sculpted by the angles of the sun.

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Studio Gang’s Rooftop Wheat Field Wins ILASLA Merit Award

This proof-of-concept research project culminated in the first-known rooftop wheat harvest.

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Studio Gang and SCAPE Unveil Plans for Arkansas Arts Center Expansion

Architect’s Newspaper highlights the Studio’s recent unveiling of its design for the Arkansas Arts Center.

Jeanne Gang

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Studio Gang Chicago

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Studio Gang New York

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Studio Gang San Francisco

As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we advocate action on climate change.

As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we advocate action on climate change.