February 4, 2017
Studio Gang New York’s Prinicpal in Charge Weston Walker participated in the session “NYC’s Landmarks: Reimagined,” moderated by Susan S. Szenasy, at the City of Tomorrow: Real Estate, Architecture & Design Summit.
“It’s important to be inventive with processes and with solutions. But it doesn’t necessarily have to involve bricks and mortar. Sometimes things that have nothing to do with the traditional idea of what architecture is can be game-changing.”
“Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland announced today the creation of the Mayor’s Riverfront Task Force, which will work to develop a dynamic new vision for the city’s riverfront.”
“Jeanne Gang uses architecture to build relationships. In this engaging tour of her work, Gang invites us into buildings large and small, from a surprising local community center to a landmark Chicago skyscraper.”
“Each year the American Institute of Architects bestows the Institute Honor Awards, considered by many to be the highest recognition for excellence in design. ... These stunning projects show the world the range of outstanding work architects create and highlight the many ways buildings and spaces can improve our lives.”
“Nestled inside architect Jeanne Gang’s eponymous Studio Gang—the venerable firm behind iconic Chicago skyscrapers like the Aqua Tower and the buzzed-about Vista Tower—is an 800-square-foot model-making workshop helmed by Schuyler Smith and Juan De La Mora. Here, an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Studio Gang’s masterpieces in the making.”
“The design embodies the [American Museum of Natural History’s] ambition to become an avenue for discovery—an institution that makes scientific research transparent, that becomes a hub for public education, and that leaves visitors of all ages excited, inspired, and curious about the natural world.”
“Architect Jeanne Gang of Chicago-based Studio Gang and exhibition designer Ralph Appelbaum unveiled their latest designs for the new Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation.”
Jeanne Gang joined Justin Kaufmann on WGN Radio.
“2016 proved to be a standout year for women in another male-dominated field: Chicago architecture.”
Blair Kamin highlights the Chicago Tribune’s 2016 Chicagoans of the Year in Architecture.
Northerly Island is honored as one of Redshift’s 10 most innovative architecture projects of 2016.
“A 36-story, strikingly modern apartment tower is expected to rise next year from a Central West End parking lot and top out as the city of St. Louis’ tallest residential building.”
December 8, 2016
WBEZ presented “The Making of ‘Working in America’” at the Harold Washington Library. Host Tony Sarabia sat down with the creative team behind the exhibition, including Studio Gang’s Claire Cahan, Radio Diaries producer Joe Richman, and project director Jane Saks of Project&.
City Hyde Park, the University of Chicago Campus North Residential Commons, and Writers Theatre are featured in Blair Kamin’s 2016 architectural roundup.
The project will include a renovation to existing theater and studio spaces, as well as new education facilities for families and gallery space to house the museum’s expanding art collection.
December 4, 2016
Community members joined Studio Gang, the Chicago Park District, Alderman Thompson, and other community partners in celebrating the opening of the Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571 in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood.
December 3, 2016
Jeanne Gang joined Sarah Herda, Zoë Ryan, and others for Business of Design Week 2016 to discuss “Culture and the City.”
The Studio’s WMS Boathouse at Clark Park is featured.
Studio Gang is featured among the avant-garde “skyline shapers and masterpiece makers” in Architectural Digest’s 2017 AD100.