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Studio Gang Publishes New Monograph with Phaidon

Published by Phaidon, Studio Gang: Architecture is a new monograph that captures the Studio’s pursuit of bold, optimistic architecture through an in-depth exploration of 25 signature projects and the resonant concepts that connect them.

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Studio Gang to Exhibit Terracotta Research and Prototype at Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop

As part of the fifth annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW), Studio Gang will present research on the materiality, large-scale production, and assembly of architectural terracotta.

August 12, 2020 - August 13, 2020
Virtual Exhibition and Zoom Webinar


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Studio Gang Wins Four 2020 Architizer A+ Awards

Three projects designed by Studio Gang have won four 2020 Architizer A+ Awards, which recognize the best architecture, spaces, and products from across the globe.

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Architectural Digest — "Studio Gang Completes a New Twisting Tower in San Francisco"

"Rising 400 feet above the rapidly developing neighborhood between SoMa and the Embarcadero, Mira dazzles with a twisting curtain-wall façade—something of a technical masterpiece."

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Los Angeles Times — "6 Ideas for New Monuments — in Honor of Migration, a Massacre and a Tree"

Jeanne Gang speaks to Los Angeles Times writer Carolina A. Miranda about how a monument to Chicago's labor history could reveal and memorialize an important history tied to the city's architecture.

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Los Angeles Times — "Goodbye, Guy on a Horse. A New Wave of Monument Design Is Changing How We Honor History"

Stone Stories

The Los Angeles Times includes Studio Gang's 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale installation Stone Stories in a commentary on the evolution of civic monuments.

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National Geographic — "Explore Some of America’s Secret Urban Walks"

"As I walk north on the trail, a contemporary grey stone building rises like a series of undulating waves. It’s the WMS Boathouse, designed by local architectural star Jeanne Gang, opened in 2013 as part of the city’s ongoing efforts to revitalize the riverfront."

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Dezeen — "Studio Gang Completes Twisting Mira Tower in San Francisco"

"The twisted and curved windows that form the exterior of Mira are intended to be a reinterpretation of the city's bay windows. Inside, they offer views of San Francisco Bay and the Bay Bridge that connects to Oakland."

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Green Building & Design — "Studio Gang Protects Public Space While Delivering Flexible Offices in NYC"

"Studio Gang has been developing the strategy of solar carving for years as a way to enhance connectivity in tall buildings. . . . [Solar Carve] is sculpted at the angle of the sun in order to preserve solar exposure on the adjacent High Line Park."

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San Francisco Chronicle — "Billowing New Tower Spruces Up S.F. Skyline"

"From the Bay Bridge or the Embarcadero, the 39-story Mira at the corner of Folsom and Spear streets is a flowing stack of tightly wound white metal bays, frozen in motion."

Events

Chicago Architecture Center Virtual Tour of Aqua and Vista Tower

Tour Studio Gang’s Chicago Projects

CAC Live: Women in Architecture Tour

July 5, 2020
1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Zoom Virtual Tour

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Jeanne Gang to Jury 2020 Gray Awards

Jeanne Gang joins an esteemed panel of judges to select the winners of the 2020 Gray Awards, an international, cross-disciplinary design awards program celebrating today's most innovative design ideas.

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Galerie — "8 Sculptural Buildings by the Boundary-Pushing Architecture Firm Studio Gang"

"Helmed by architect Jeanne Gang, the firm devises structures that are visually spectacular and environmentally aware."

Events

Jeanne Gang at University College London's Bartlett School of Architecture

Peter Cook Goes West – New York, USA with Jeanne Gang

June 26, 2020
18:00 BST
Zoom Video Webinar

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Jeanne Gang at S AM Swiss Architecture Museum

S AM Calls

June 25, 2020
1:00 p.m. CT / 20:00h CEST
Instagram Live Stream

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Chicago Tribune — "Jeanne Gang-designed, Soon to Open Vista Tower Adds to Chicago’s Impressive Gallery of ‘Down-the-Alley’ Views"

"Not only do Vista’s interconnected high-rises . . . step exultantly up to the tallest, ultrathin member of the trio. The three stems appear to curve inward and outward as they rise, evoking the infinite verticality of sculptor Constantin Brancusi’s Endless Column."

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Cultured Magazine — "This Reading List Doubles as a Father's Day Gift Guide"

"Studio Gang’s new monograph . . . models how firms can break this boundary with a legible catalogue that strings together the important milestones without leaving anyone behind."

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Crain's Chicago Business — "Chicago is Right to Keep O'Hare Revamp on Track"

"With an eye-catching design by Chicago architect Jeanne Gang and cutting-edge technologies on par with next-generation airports popping up around the world, the new terminal would bring O'Hare up to 21st-century standards."

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Towers — "The Chicago Architects Behind Downtown Austin’s Rising Skyline"

"This last item isn’t a tower project, but we’d feel bad not giving mad props to Chicago design firm Studio Gang for its 2018 plan to adapt the former intake facility for the Seaholm Power Plant on the shores of Lady Bird Lake into a venue and community park space."

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Illinois Tech Magazine — "Building Sustainability"

Illinois Tech Magazine — "Building Sustainability"

"Much more than an aesthetic flourish, the glass gradient represents both an achievement in building material advancement and a step forward in energy-efficiency, two areas of architecture that Vista Tower's design principal, Juliane Wolf (ARCH ’01), has been pursuing her entire career."

Events

Juliane Wolf at Architectural Association School of Architecture

O'Hare Global Terminal Airport in Chicago, architecture by Studio Gang

Sustainable Environmental Design Symposia
Future Practice - Session 3

June 9, 2020
16:00 BST
Zoom Video Webinar

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Domus — "Women in Architecture: Where Are We At?"

"In the professional practice several prominent architectural offices have embarked in the pay-gap closing journey, following the example of Jeanne Gang."

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Studio Gang: Architecture - Beyond Transparent

In the final chapter of Studio Gang's new monograph with Phaidon, Jeanne Gang asks what new kinds of glass architecture become possible when our ambitions expand beyond transparency and embrace “a culture of care.”⁠

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Margaret Cavenagh to Jury 2020 AIA Austin Design Awards

Design Awards Jury Conversations

May 28, 2020
5:00 p.m.
Zoom Video Webinar

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