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Architectural Digest — "The 2020 AD100"

"This month we again salute the creative talents who represent the best of the best. . . Good design knows no borders, so the blue-chip firms hailed on the following pages embody an international fellowship of trailblazers and standard-bearers whose work is as inspiring as it is influential."

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The Architect's Newspaper — "2019 AN Best of Design Awards"

Five Studio Gang projects were selected for the 2019 AN Best of Design Awards.

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Curbed — "Vote for NYC’s best building of 2019!"

Solar Carve (40 Tenth Ave) is in the running to win Curbed's best NYC building of 2019. Vote here.

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Architectural Record — "Solar Carve by Studio Gang"

"'We wanted to show how a building could be a good neighbor,' Jeanne Gang tells RECORD of her firm’s new speculative office building beside the High Line in New York, called Solar Carve."

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Les Echos — "Jeanne Gang, une architecte au sommet"

"À Paris, elle va bâtir le nouveau centre de l'Université de Chicago. Son credo : le respect de l'environnement. Rencontre avec une « starchitecte » très engagée."

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Curbed — "Mira’s twisted vision finally complete"

"What makes this geometrically intricate building unique is its modular facade system, 'made up of families of units that repeat every 11 floors.' This results in the curtain wall’s white panels twisting effect."

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Architectural Record — "Jeanne Gang Embraces ‘Actionable Idealism’ at Greenbuild 2019"

"'Actionable idealism,' said Jeanne Gang on the morning of Thursday, November 20. 'We want to create a world where big ideas can be articulated, but at the same time, they can be done in our lifetime.' The Chicago-based architect used this concept as the thesis for her keynote speech at Greenbuild, the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) annual conference, held this year in Atlanta."

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San Francisco Chronicle — "Timber! SF’s next architectural trend could be eco-friendly buildings made of wood"

"Touted by boosters as an eco-friendly alternative to concrete and steel, with a tactile warmth that theoretically makes for a more nurturing workplace, large buildings of structural timber have developed a cult following. . . The most visually striking of the projects will be the one at California College of the Arts."

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CTBUH — “The 50 Most Influential Tall Buildings of the Last 50 Years”

Celebrating their 50th anniversary, CTBUH names Aqua Tower one of the 50 most influential tall buildings from the last 50 years.

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Madame Architect — "Hitting Her Stride: Margaret Cavenagh on Opportunity, Adaptability, and True Balance"

"In her interview with Amy Stone, Margaret talks about her love for interior architecture and her pursuit for balance, advising those just starting their careers to think deeply about the kind of architecture that most interests them."

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CTBUH Journal — “Case Study: Vista Tower, Chicago”

What if skyscrapers can be porous connectors, rather than barriers, for the public realm?⁠ Studio Gang's case study explores how Vista Tower works to create new connections in the city.

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Le Moniteur — "Avec la tour Vista, l’architecte Jeanne Gang chahute l’horizon de Chicago"

"Sur les bords du lac Michigan, aux Etats-Unis, l’édifice qui culmine à 363 m sera livré l’année prochaine. La tour, qui sera la troisième plus haute de Chicago, soigne aussi son rapport au sol. L’édifice se soulève en son centre pour libérer un passage pour les promeneurs."

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Fast Company — “Studio Gang’s 40 Tenth Ave. building looks like pieces have been cut off of it—for good reason”

"A new kind of skyscraper is bringing more light and air to an increasingly dense New York City."

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SF Chronicle — “In Bay Area, Jeanne Gang’s architecture goes beyond head-turning towers”

"To understand why Jeanne Gang is a deeply important architect, not just a spinner of eye-catching forms, check out her four Bay Area projects. . . The eclectic mix of projects is a timely reminder that architecture should engage broader cultural needs."

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Studio Gang Brings Technology Fellow In House

Longtime collaborator and Structural Engineer Peter Heppel joins Studio Gang as a Technology Fellow.

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Curbed — “This Studio Gang building is exactly what Mission Bay needs”

"Mission Rock Building F, as it’s called, looks like that slightly askew stack of books on your desk. It’s mammoth but warm—and fun. It is, in a word, lovely."

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Wallpaper Magazine — “Chicago Open House 2019: from Frank Lloyd Wright to Studio Gang”

"This year offers a trail through some of Chicago’s finest theatres, a visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple, and plenty of the projects that are defining the ambitions of the city today such as Studio Gang’s Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571."

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ArchDaily — "Open More Doors: Studio Gang"

As part of the Open More Doors video series, ArchDaily visited Studio Gang's Chicago office to discuss its history, workplace culture, and recent projects.

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WBEZ — “What’s That Building? A Towering New Addition To Chicago's Skyline”

"A new building has made its way into Chicago's skyline — and it's the world's tallest skyscraper designed by a woman."

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Dezeen — "2020 RIBA International Prize grand jury announced"

"Studio Gang founder Jeanne Gang and Rossana Hu, co-founder of Neri&Hu, have joined jury chair Odile Decq on the grand jury of the 2020 RIBA International Prize."

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Le Figaro — "Découvrez le chantier de la plus haute tour du monde conçue par une femme"

"Une chose est sûre: [Vista] incarne parfaitement ce que l’architecte aime faire: de grands effets avec de petites modifications répétées un grand nombre de fois."

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S. Moda — "La pionera que firma rascacielos oníricos"

"Jeanne Gang lidera uno de los estudios más influyentes del mundo. Ahora visita España."

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San Francisco Chronicle — “Waterfront towers are coming to Mission Rock. They won’t look like you’d expect”

"Gang’s 23-story residential tower would be the most startling of all — an almost willfully precarious stack of floors that shuffle out and back so that every three levels there’d be a cliff-like shared terrace for residents."

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San Francisco Business Times — “'Bold' designs mark Giants, Tishman Speyer vision for $1 billion Mission Rock”

"Sure to garner the most attention will be Studio Gang’s and Quezada Architecture’s off-kilter residential tower. Its stepped podium leads to planted terraces and raked seating, offering views of the public square. But its tower is what stands: with floors askew, it resembles either the Jenga building-block game or rocky outcroppings of chert found around the city."

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