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Architectural Digest — “2019 AD100: Studio Gang”

"The architecture firm aims to use design as a medium to connect people to their environment and bring about measurable positive change”

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On Milwaukee — "Architecture students' ideas for a Brinn / Public Museum complex at parking site"

View the work of Jeanne's students from her recently-concluded Marcus Prize studio at UWM.

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Medium — "Acclaimed Architects Embed Local Students in Redesign of Tom Lee Park"

"Studio Gang...has launched a Youth Design Leadership Program as part of their commission to reimagine the Memphis riverfront and Tom Lee Park for the Memphis River Parks Partnership. The Youth Design Leadership Program will embed local students in the process of reimagining 25 acres of the Mississippi riverfront from bluff to bank between Georgia and Beale."

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Chicago Tribune — "Best architecture for 2018"

Solstice on the Park touted as one of the year's best projects by architecture critic Blair Kamin: "all green architecture should look this good."

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Corriere della Sera — "Edifici Residenziali: City Hyde Park"

City Hyde Park featured in a special Housing issue of the Italian newspaper.

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Le Monde — "Jeanne Gang, architecte responsable"

Jeanne Gang profiled in the Ideas section of French newspaper Le Monde.

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Beloit College Powerhouse Wins Overall WAFx Prize at World Architecture Festival

Beloit College Powerhouse has been awarded the WAFX Prize from the World Architecture Festival. “We have been amazed by the standard of entries across this year’s future project categories and the prize winners in addressing some of humanities greatest concerns. Studio Gang’s masterful Beloit College Powerhouse Project triumphed over a very strong field," commented Programme Director Paul Finch.

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Designboom — "Jeanne Gang at the 2018 World Architecture Festival"

Designboom interviews Jeanne Gang at the 2018 world architecture festival. 

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Tour Montparnasse Wins Glass Future Prize World Architecture Festival

Tour Montparnasse was awarded the new prize which recognizes a future project that points to  new ways in which glass and glass technology can be deployed.

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Architizer — "Glass Towers Are So Passé. What Will Replace Them?"

11 Hoyt featured as an example of one of four buildings under construction in New York City that "offer a welcome respite from the status quo."

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Memphis Flyer — "Riverfront Reboot: New leaders and New Plans for Memphis' Waterfront"

"To transform the flat, wide-open park...MRPP picked Studio Gang and SCAPE... to help the park 'reach its full civic potential.'"

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Architectural Digest — "Studio Gang’s Newest Project Is Inspired by Sugar Cane"

"For her firm’s first major project on the Hawaiian islands, principal Jeanne Gang devised a 41-story mixed-use tower inspired by the island’s native red sugar cane, from which it gets its name—Kō‘ula. Comprising shops on the lower levels and luxe residences above, Kō‘ula is poised to embody the indoor-outdoor living only possible in such temperate locales."

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New York Times — “Something New, for $1 Million”

"We wanted to bring high design to Brooklyn," said Erik Rose, Tishman Speyer Managing Director.

11 Hoyt featured as an affordable place to buy in the New York Times Real Estate section. Read more.

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ARCHITECT Magazine — “The 2018 Architect 50"

ARCHITECT Magazine announced its annual “Architect 50” list, with Studio Gang coming in at #13 for Design.

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Studio Gang Selected to Lead Design of Memphis's Tom Lee Park with SCAPE

“With the leadership of a remarkable team of designers, we can finally get the riverfront we deserve,” Carol Coletta, president and CEO of Memphis River Parks Partnership, said in a statement. “Next week we open River Garden and River Line. Together with these new assets, and the restoration of the historic cobblestone landing, Tom Lee Park is an unparalleled opportunity to reshape the heart of our Downtown and make a once-in-a-lifetime civic statement for our city.”

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Archinect —"AIA Chicago recognizes high quality architecture with their annual Design Excellence Awards"

"'Each year, we are proud to honor Chicago architects who continue to meet ever-changing project demands with progressive approaches,' said AIA Chicago Executive Vice President Zurich Esposito. He added that this year's winners—which included Studio Gang's University of Chicago North Residential Commons and STL Architects’ The French International School—'not only pay homage to rich architectural traditions but also address evolving global and cultural shifts with diverse and innovative solutions.'"

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Architects Newspaper — “Studio Gang’s new Guggenheim Foundation HQ Artfully Makes Space"

"For decades, the 200 people employed by the Foundation have sat confined to compact working quarters in a downtown Manhattan office building that inconveniently forced employees to waste time traveling to the Upper East Side museum by train. Now, thanks to an interior by Studio Gang, the Foundation’s new offices match the architectural efficiency of the museum and provide better accessibility all around."

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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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Gregg Garmisa at the Harvard GSD

October 29 and November 5, 2018
Cambridge, MA

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New York Post — "The Women Architects Building A New NYC Skyline"

"Architecture in New York was once a boys club. Fortunately, women are now impacting the city’s skyline like never before."

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Departures — “Famed Architect Jeanne Gang Talks Past and Present Projects”

“With a growing portfolio of innovative projects that thoughtfully meld architecture and the environment, Jeanne Gang is quite literally building a better world.”

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Metropolis Magazine — “The 16 Best Architecture Projects of the 21st Century (So Far)”

Leading practitioners share their picks for the best projects of the past sixteen years.

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Beloit College Powerhouse Wins WAFX Reuse Award from the World Architecture Festival

The WAFX Awards recognize future projects that identify key ecological and societal challenges that architects are actively seeking to address over the next ten years.

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