Crain's Chicago Business — "Chicago's Notable LGBTQ Executives: Juliane Wolf"

'Juliane Wolf

Design Principal and Partner, Studio Gang

Architect Juliane Wolf specializes in sustainable public spaces, urban residential towers and visitor-serving organizations, and leads design from Studio Gang's Chicago office. Wolf has managed award-winning projects, including Writers Theatre in Glencoe and the strategic plan for the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

She leads design for the Vista Tower in Chicago, which broke ground in September 2016 and will be the city’s third-tallest skyscraper when completed next year. Wolf advocates for diversity in architecture. She is one of the founding members of American Institute of Architects Chicago's LGBTQI+ Alliance and recently was a panelist for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs in a program organized for young professionals titled "Gender, Sexuality, and the City: Discourse in the Public Square.'

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