New York Times — "Wonder and Awe in Natural History’s New Wing. Butterflies, Too."

New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman shares his perspective on our design for the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History.

“Gilder is spectacular: a poetic, joyful, theatrical work of public architecture and a highly sophisticated flight of sculptural fantasy. [It] seems destined to be an instant heartthrob and colossal attraction.

And for a meaningful portion of its user base, the part that hasn’t yet finished middle school, I expect it will simply be, like so much else at the museum, awesome.”

Read the full appraisal in The New York Times.



Jeanne Gang Receives WSJ. Magazine 2022 Architecture Innovator Award

WSJ. Magazine has named Jeanne Gang its 2022 Architecture Innovator. Now in its 12th Year, the annual Innovator Awards recognizes groundbreaking talents across a range of disciplines whose ideas offer a blueprint for a better future.