The Globe and Mail — “Chicago Architect Aims to Repair Relations Between Police, Residents”

April 3, 2016

“‘If you can remake space, you can change a culture.’ That sort of statement has been too rare; for a generation, architects have eschewed such social ambition and the responsibility that comes with it. But Gang, an intellectual leader in the field, is trying to knit together the work of making beautiful buildings and the larger job of building a city that holds together. It’s a rounded vision of what design is about: beauty, but also prosperity and justice.”

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