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.
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.
“San Francisco’s newest—and potentially most unusual—college campus will be designed by one of the nation’s most highly regarded architects.”
“As Studio Gang gains respect as an office that builds formally and programmatically ambitious projects, one aspect in particular has helped the firm continue to be a major force: It is an office that does its homework.”
As part of Vladimir Belogolovsky’s ongoing City of Ideas exhibition tour, currently on view at the Chicago Design Museum through February 25, ArchDaily presents an excerpt of Belogolovsky’s interview with Chicago architect Jeanne Gang.
Architectural Record reviews the Campus North Residential Commons at the University of Chicago.
The School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art recently hosted a presentation by Jeanne Gang. Studio Gang is one of seven shortlisted practices for RCA’s Battersea South competition.
“The Ensemble Immobilier Tour Maine-Montparnasse (EITMM) has selected 7 notable firms to continue to the second round in a competition for the renovation of Tour Montparnasse in the Montparnasse district of Paris, France.”
The shortlist includes several French firms, as well as OMA, MAD, and Studio Gang.
The Studio’s essay on the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership, Merging a Traditional Building Method with Commercial Construction Technology, is featured in this newly released edition of Cordwood Building.
“Leaders of the Landmarks Preservation Commission lauded a proposal by the American Museum of Natural History to create a new science center and renovate its surrounding park, giving their full support.
The Commission’s chairwoman, Meenakshi Srinivasan, called the proposed Gilder Center a ‘stunning piece of architecture’ and an ‘absolutely wonderful addition.’”
With the help of Steve Apfelbaum of Applied Ecological Services, Studio Gang conducted its first bioblitz on the Chicago rooftop prairie.
The exhibition features Studio Gang’s Polis Station.
On this episode of the Kresge Podcaster, Gia Biagi discusses how promoting, connecting, and using a set of civic assets—not just parks and libraries, but streets and even police stations—can produce new value for residents of urban neighborhoods.
“Studio Gang's Civic Commons proposal suggests we don’t need to rebuild our urban neighborhoods; we just need to reimagine what's already there.”