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Jeanne Gang on the Lineweights Over Coffee Podcast

“Your project’s concept is not the form, shape, or floor plan; it is much better to frame it as a question that you are trying to answer.”

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Architect’s Newspaper — “Studio Gang and SCAPE Unveil Plans for Arkansas Arts Center Expansion”

“What does a cultural hub for the 21st century require? With their newly unveiled design for the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock, Studio Gang and SCAPE Landscape Architecture have a few ideas in mind: flexibility, inclusivity, community, and a nod to sustainability.”

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Studio Gang Recognized as One of the World’s Most Innovative Companies

The Studio was ranked third in the Architecture category.

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First Look at Studio Gang’s Design for California College of the Arts

The new expanded campus, which unites the College’s Oakland and San Francisco facilities, is scheduled to open in the 2021–22 academic year.

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Wallpaper* — “Letter from Chicago: Keeping Up with Construction in the Windy City”

City Hyde Park and Vista Tower are spotlighted in this article on new and recent construction in Chicago.

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New York Times — “Preparing the Best for the Worst”

Currently under construction, the Studio’s Rescue Company 2 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, is featured in the New York Times. 

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Campus North Residential Commons Wins Best of Design Award

The Campus North Residential Commons was awarded Building of the Year Midwest in the Architect’s Newspaper’s fifth annual Best of Design competition.

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Architectural Record — “Continuing Education: Acoustics”

The Studio’s Writers Theatre project serves as an acoustics case study for Architectural Record’s Continuing Education series.

Events

Chris Cornelius at Studio Gang Chicago

November 16, 2017
Chicago

Events

River Edge Ideas Lab Gallery Talk at Expo 72

November 14, 2017
Chicago

Events

Claire Halpin at the University of Calgary

November 1, 2017
Calgary

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Next City — “Five Lessons on Designing for Good”

Drawing from projects throughout the world, including the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership, John Cary identifies five key lessons for designing buildings that have a positive impact.

Events

Gia Biagi at the Impact Design Summit

October 28, 2017
Washington, DC

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