December 8, 2016
Harold Washington Library
Free and open to the public
Join WBEZ for a look inside “Working in America,” a new multimedia project that continues the work of influential journalist and author Studs Terkel. WBEZ host Tony Sarabia sits down with the project’s creative team, including Studio Gang’s Claire Cahan, and special guests for an evening of conversation—and an exclusive audio premiere.
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.
December 4, 2016
Community members joined Studio Gang, the Chicago Park District, Alderman Thompson, and other community partners in celebrating the opening of the Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571 in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood.
December 3, 2016
Hong Kong Design Centre
Jeanne Gang joined Sarah Herda, Zoë Ryan, and others for Business of Design Week 2016 to discuss “Culture and the City.”
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.
October 28, 2016
Yerba Buena Center
Jeanne Gang presented at the TEDWomen 2016 conference, exploring the role of the architect as a builder of relationships.
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.