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Studio Gang’s Residential Tower in San Francisco’s Mission Rock Breaks Ground

Studio Gang’s Residential Tower in San Francisco’s Mission Rock Breaks Ground

Studio Gang’s 23-story multi-family residential tower in San Francisco’s Mission Rock neighborhood has broken ground. The building is the fourth and final tower in the first phase of the San Francisco Giants’ and Tishman Speyer’s creation of a dynamic 28-acre, mixed-use waterfront community across from Oracle Park. In addition to designing the residential tower, Studio Gang facilitated the collaboration among the cohort of design architects of the Phase One buildings to establish a cohesive architectural language for the neighborhood.

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Architectural Record — "At Spelman College, A Studio Gang-Designed Building Seeks to Bridge Divides"

"Today Spelman College will break ground on the Studio Gang-designed Center for Innovation and the Arts, a new academic building that combines STEM and arts programs under a single roof."

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​$5.2 Million Gift from Gray, Inc., Will Create New Home for UK College of Design

A transformative gift of more than $5.2 million will create a vibrant new new home for the University of Kentucky’s College of Design out of an old tobacco warehouse in Lexington.

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Jeanne Gang on USModernist Radio

Jeanne Gang sits down with host George Smart while at Palm Springs Modernism Week to talk about the Brick Weave House, the O'Hare Global Terminal, and why she's more interested in life on earth than in space.

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The Plan — “Sculptured High-Rise"

The Plan — “Sculptured High-Rise"

The St. Regis Chicago is highlighted in the current issue of the magazine.

"There are few prospects more thrilling than your first view of downtown Chicago's clustered towers as you head north on Lakeshore Drive, and Gang has enriched this ensemble with a landmark that is also a thoughtful response to context and climate."

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Harvard GSD — "Jeanne Gang named Special Commencement Ceremony Speaker for the Classes of 2020 and 2021"

Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design has named Harvard GSD alumna and Professor in Practice Jeanne Gang to address the 2020 and 2021 classes for an in-person celebration and Special Commencement Ceremony.

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Architectural Record — "Studio Gang’s Gilder Center Materializes at the American Museum of Natural History"

"A canyon-like atrium built of shotcrete highlights the long-awaited expansion."

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New York Times — “Museum of Natural History’s New Science Center Takes Shape"

"Whereas the museum has always projected a kind of imposing, inscrutable majesty, its new building is consciously more porous, with welcoming floor-to-ceiling classroom windows...The center’s transparency also extends a hand to the museum’s neighbors."

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Wallpaper — "Memphis architecture is making a dynamic comeback"

Rendering highlighting Tom Lee Park's Active Core, designed by Studio Gang and SCAPE.

Tom Lee Park highlighted among this roundup of architecture projects breathing new life into Memphis, Tennessee. "...this Memphis architecture renaissance is attracting world famous names to the table, including Herzog & de Meuron and Studio Gang. This iconic music city is finally singing a new song, or at least adding some new riffs to its storied landscape."

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ArchDaily — "Studio Gang, SHop Architects, and Snøhetta Among 20 Firms Designing NYC’s Next Generation of Public Buildings"

"Under the latest round of NYC's Department of Design and Construction (DDC) Project Excellence Program, Commissioner Thomas Foley has announced that the agency has selected 20 firms to provide architectural design services for New York City’s future public buildings project."

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St. Regis Chicago Named Best Tall Building by CTBUH

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat recognizes the St. Regis Chicago for two Awards of Excellence, named "Best Tall Building 300-399 meters" as well as "Best Tall Mixed-Use Building" for 2022.

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Beloit College Powerhouse Nominated for Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize

Azure — "In Wisconsin, Studio Gang Revives a Coal Plant into a Recreational Hub"

Nominated anonymously, the Beloit College Powerhouse is in contention for this prestigious award, which celebrates built works that recognize the altered circumstances of the human condition.

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First Look at our U.S. Embassy in Brasília

First Look at our U.S. Embassy in Brasília

The United States Department of State - Bureau of Oversees Buildings Operations shares a virtual tour of our design for the new campus in Brazil, designed with ATRIA and KCCT.

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Boston Society for Architecture — "Weston Walker"

Boston Society for Architecture — "Weston Walker"

The BSA profiles Design Principal and Partner Weston Walker as a member of the 2021 BSA Design Award Jury.

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Mark Schendel Named 2022 AIA Fellow

Mark Schendel Named 2022 AIA Fellow

AIA Fellows are recognized with the American Institute of Architect’s highest membership honor for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society.

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WGN — "Delving into the work of Jeanne Gang"

Jeanne Gang is interviewed on The Morning Show with Bob Sirott.

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Reasons to be Cheerful — "Where Immigrant Women, Usually Exploited by Fashion, Run the Show"

Immigrant & Refugee Apparel Manufacturing Cooperative Announces Launch of Community Hub Designed by Studio Gang

"This year and next, Blue Tin will crowdsource funding to build out a new $2 million home, 63rd House, an adaptive reuse of a 11,250-square-foot post office on the city’s working-class southwest side. The space will become both an economic anchor for the neighborhood and a model for truly sustainable manufacturing and labor practices."

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Chicago Reader — "Building 63rd House"

Blue Tin Production works with Chicago Lawn community leaders to envision a hybrid community center and production studio.

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Design Applause — "Studio Gang debuts new gallery featuring blue tin production and a broader abolitionist movement."

"A collaboration with blue tin production and Studio Gang creates two inaugural happenings: an exhibition — A Different Future in the Making: Building Garment Worker Power & a Broader Abolitionist Movement; and Blue Tin Production’s corporate office — 63rd House. A third element includes the opening of Studio Gang’s new gallery space in wicker park where this exhibition debuts. that’s quite an announcement!"

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World Architects —"U.S. Building of the Week: Beloit Powerhouse"

Azure — "In Wisconsin, Studio Gang Revives a Coal Plant into a Recreational Hub"

"At the center of the Beloit Powerhouse, Studio Gang's transformation of a former power plant into a student union for Beloit College, is a grand space that formerly housed turbines. Juliane Wolf, partner and design principal at Studio Gang, answered a few questions about the project, which also features a new field house — a contemporary expression, with sawtooth facades covered in translucent panels."

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ArchDaily — MAXXI Museum Celebrates Female Architects Through Exhibition

ArchDaily — MAXXI Museum Celebrates Female Architects Through Exhibition

"Through drawings, models, and site-specific installations, the Practice section presents the work of 11 distinguished contemporary architects: Elizabeth Diller, Dorte Mandrup, Mariam Kamar, Anupama Kundoo, Yvonne Farrel and Shelley McNamara, Lina Ghotmeh, Jeanne Gang, Kazuyo Sejima, Benedetta Tagliabue, Lu Wenyu and the multidisciplinary collective Assemble. Together, they showcase the increasing presence and mark of women in architecture."

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Jeanne Gang on Seneca's 100 Women to Hear

Jeanne Gang on Seneca's 100 Women to Hear

Jeanne is interviewed by Ambassador Melanne Verveer for her series of 100 conversations with "the world's most inspiring and influential women."

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Citylab — "Buildings Don't Have To Be Bird-Killers"

"The surprising uptake of birding as a pandemic hobby, along with social media and data collection tools like eBird and dBird, has created new visibility for bird collisions with glass, which kill as many as 1 billion birds in the U.S. per year. At the same time, a new generation of urban parks has given birds more places to roost in highly populated areas. But something else has followed these parks as well: real estate capital. The vogue for urban parks creates more economic impetus to build shiny buildings with big windows opposite those urban wetlands, glades and groves."

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Great Lakes by Design — "River in Motion"

Studio Gang's work on the Chicago River—from Reverse Effect to the WMS Boathouse at Clark Park and Eleanor Boathouse at Park 571—are profiled in this feature for the Women in Architecture issue.


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