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ARCHITECT Magazine — “Studio Gang’s Summer Installation at the National Building Museum Opens on Thursday”

Sara Johnson previews Hive. A video of the installation accompanies the article.

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Studio Gang Collaborates with Artist Nick Cave for Here Hear Chicago Commissioned by Navy Pier

Here Hear Chicago will premiere on the occasion of EXPO Chicago and the Chicago Architecture Biennial.

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Competition for the Redesign of Paris’ Montparnasse Tower Narrowed Down to Two Firms

Studio Gang is one of two firms advancing to the final round of the competition.

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Spelman College Selects Studio Gang to Design New Center for the Arts & Innovation

The new facility will provide a home for the school’s ARTS@Spelman initiative and will also house the expanding Department of Computer and Information Sciences and an interdisciplinary Innovation Lab.

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Jeanne Gang to Receive the City of Chicago’s Fifth Star Award

Jeanne Gang is one of four Chicagoans to receive the city’s 2017 Fifth Star Awards, joining local luminaries Common, Kerry James Marshall, and Steppenwolf Theatre Company. 

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CultureMap Austin — “New Waterfront Development Unveiled for Austin’s Seaholm District”

“A historic facility on Lady Bird Lake is getting the attention it deserves.”

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CLAD mag — “Interview: Jeanne Gang”

“It’s not about manifestos. It’s about trying to understand the world that we’re all inhabiting; trying to make sense of it and put our work in the place where it can actually do something.”

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Studio Gang Announces Hive Installation at the National Building Museum

The installation is presented as part of the Museum’s Summer Block Party 2017.

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Writers Theatre Wins 2017 Architizer A+ Awards

The Studio’s Civic Commons project was also recognized with a Special Mention.

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Architectural Record — “Civic Lesson: New Social Infrastructure”

Studio Gang’s Civic Commons project is featured in this Architectural Record article highlighting new ways that cities can invest in social infrastructure, helping to bridge gaps among diverse socioeconomic groups and foster a greater sense of community.

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Architizer — “After Zaha: What Now for Women in Architecture?”

“While the fight for gender parity in the workplace is often fought in political arenas, the need for new role models and advocates for women in the profession cannot be understated—and it is on this front that one can draw hope.”

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Vote for Writers Theatre in the Architizer A+ Popular Choice Awards

Writers Theatre is a finalist in the Architizer A+ Awards, and you can vote in the Popular Choice Awards.

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WTTW Urban Nature — “Building a Bird-Safe City”

Jeanne Gang is featured in this video highlighting efforts to build a bird-safe city.

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Curbed — “The 21 Most Spectacular theaters in the U.S.”

Writers Theatre is featured among an illustrious list of the most spectacular theaters in the United States.

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Architect’s Newspaper — “City of Chicago Asks Architects to Envision Future of Riverfront”

“Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the Chicago Department of Planning and Development (DPD), and the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) announced the launch of the Chicago Urban River Edges Ideas Lab.”

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New York Times — “In Chicago and Philadelphia, the Difference a Park Makes”

Architecture critic Michael Kimmelman highlights our Eleanor Boathouse in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood as part of a larger trend to drive social and economic progress by focusing on parks and other public spaces.

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Globe and Mail — “Rethinking the Towers that Be”

“Chicago architect Jeanne Gang is coming to Canada, and her firm Studio Gang has ambitions that undercut everything we think we know about tower living.”

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Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Announces 2017 Honorary Fellows

Jeanne Gang is honored with a 2017 Fellowship from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

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Reimagining the Civic Commons — “Reveal, Connect, and Engage: How Design Thinking Can Help Cities”

Studio Gang Principal Gia Biagi highlights the Studio’s Civic Commons project, aimed at making public spaces more relevant, useful, and potent.

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