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Financial Times — “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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Fast Company — “Architecture’s Great Injustice, According to Jeanne Gang”

Jeanne Gang is leading 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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Globe and Mail — “Studio Gang’s New Toronto Tower Follows the Right Recipe: Tall, Innovative and Excellent”

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

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Illinois Alumni Magazine — “Relationship Builder”

“Known for such projects as the Aqua Tower and the WMS Boathouse, award-winning architect Jeanne Gang believes that architecture should encourage social interactions.”

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Walkabout’s MONUMENTS

June 1–3 and July 7 and 8, 2018
Chicago

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Open House with Jeanne Gang

July 5, 2018
Toronto

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World Architecture Festival Shortlist Announced

The shortlist features the Studio’s Tour Montparnasse competition design, Amsterdam Tower, and Beloit College Powerhouse projects.

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Monocle — “The Urbanist: reSITE 2018”

The Urbanist reports from reSITE Prague, exploring the conference’s theme with Jeanne Gang, Sou Fujimoto, Elizabeth Streb, and Dara Huang.

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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.

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New York Times — “Creators of Architectural Exhibits Reach to the Cosmos for Inspiration”

Studio Gang’s Stone Stories installation 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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Metropolis — “At the Venice Biennale, Jeanne Gang Uses Memphis’s Cobblestones to Reflect on Monuments and Messy Civic Histories”

Zach Mortice pens an in-depth feature on the ideas and process behind Studio Gang’s Stone Stories installation for the US Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Biennale in Venice.

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Jeanne Gang at reSITE Prague

June 15, 2018
Prague

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Platform — “Out in the Open”

“I think this building brings a real nobility to social justice work. It's a very proud and noble space.” Platform spotlights the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership.

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The Plan — “Architecture Drives Change”

Italian magazine The Plan features the Studio’s Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571 in Chicago.

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Austin American-Statesman — “Report Envisions Seaholm Facility as Home to Concerts, Kayaks and More”

The Austin American-Statesman highlights Studio Gang’s concept study for the city’s Seaholm waterfront.

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Jeanne Gang at Milano Arch Week 2018

May 27, 2018
Milan, Italy

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Metropolis — “‘We Will Not Stand Silent’: 150 Demonstrators Gather at the Venice Biennale to Demand Equity in Architecture”

Odile Decq, Martha Thorne, Farshid Moussavi, Jeanne Gang, and others demand equal representation in the architectural profession.
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Juliane Wolf at Banff Session 2018

May 11, 2018
Banff, Alberta, Canada

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Berlin Family Lectures

April 10, 17, and 24, 2018
Chicago

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Curbed LA — “Studio Gang Unveils Its First Los Angeles Project: A Wavy, 26-Story Tower in Chinatown”

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

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Dezeen — “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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American Builders Quarterly — “Studio Gang Carves Out a Space for the Sun”

“When tasked with building a tower overlooking Manhattan’s High Line, Studio Gang found new opportunities in the challenge of preserving the public space.” American Builders Quarterly interviews Design Principal Weston Walker about the Studio’s 40 Tenth Avenue project.

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