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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.

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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.

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Medium — “Landmarks Commission Honors Chicago’s Best Preservation Projects for 2017”

The Studio’s landmarked Chicago office, the former Polish National Alliance, is among the honorees.

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Chicago Tribune — “From Spanish Steps to the New Apple Store, Stairs Provide Spatial Drama”

Blair Kamin explores the benefits of bleacher stairs through five examples, including Studio Gang’s Writers Theatre.

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Curbed — “10 High-Design Boathouses Around the World”

The Studio’s Chicago River Boathouses are featured in this international list of high-design boathouses.

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Azure — “Jeanne Gang Wants to Connect People to Nature—and Each Other”

Jeanne Gang shares ideas about how to build livable cities.

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Jeanne Gang Awarded RIBA International Fellowship

Jeanne Gang is one of ten architects honored with the prestigious fellowship from the Royal Institute of British Architects.

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Archinect — “A Shimmering Tower with a View: How Studio Gang Reimagined the Montparnasse Tower”

Archinect features the Studio’s Tour Montparnasse competition design.

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CityLab — “From Filth to Fun: Big Designs for the Chicago River”

Zach Mortice highlights the River Edge Ideas Lab, which features proposals from nine firms, including Studio Gang, that reimagine three sites on the South Branch of the Chicago River.

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Architectural Digest — “Jeanne Gang and Nick Cave Design a Flexible Performance Space in Chicago”

Architectural Digest reflects on Here Hear Chicago, the Studio’s collaboration with artist Nick Cave.

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Studio Gang Releases Design for the Tour Montparnasse Competition

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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Jeanne Gang Awarded the 2017 Marcus Prize

The international architectural prize recognizes architects “on a trajectory to greatness.”

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Architect’s Newspaper — “Jeanne Gang-Nick Cave Collaboration Launches EXPO and Chicago Architecture Biennial”

Matthew Messner highlights the Studio’s collaboration with artist Nick Cave. A video by Spirit of Space accompanies the article.

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Architectural Record — “U.S. Pavilion Organizers Announce Exhibitors and Associate Curator for the 2018 Venice Biennale”

Studio Gang is one of seven architects, designers, and landscape architects selected to exhibit in the US Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Biennale.

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Cultured Magazine — “Chicago Built: Jeanne Gang”

Tali Jaffe talks with Jeanne Gang about artist collaborations and Chicago culture, on the occasion of the premiere of Here Hear Chicago.

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Chicago Magazine — “What Happens When Two Geniuses Collide? We Asked Jeanne Gang and Nick Cave”

Elly Fishman interviews Jeanne Gang and Nick Cave about their collaboration Here Hear Chicago.

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Wall Street Journal Magazine — “John Lithgow, Jeanne Gang and More on Status Quo”

Read Jeanne Gang’s take on the “status quo” in architecture.

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Chicago Magazine — “What Chicago Is Doing—and Can Do—to Prevent a Disastrous Flood”

Whet Moser highlights the Studio’s Reverse Effect proposal as part of efforts to make Chicago more resilient.

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Curbed — “Memphis Waterfront Redesign by Studio Gang Revealed”

Patrick Sisson highlights the Studio’s recently released Memphis Riverfront Concept.

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