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New York Times — Fall Architecture Preview "The New Architecture: Sky Parks, Tidal Pools and ‘Solar Carving"

The New York Times describes the recently completed Solar Carve "an act of architectural generosity" in their fall architecture preview.

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Jeanne Gang to judge 2020 Lexus Design Awards

This international design competition has provided the chance of a lifetime for up-and-coming designers to win the prestigious award for innovative design excellence, fund and build their prototype with world-class mentors, and reach unparalleled exposure by exhibiting at Milan Design Week.

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Studio Gang Names New Partners Juliane Wolf and Weston Walker

After more than two decades designing projects that positively help shape cities around the world, Studio Gang announces the elevation of Juliane Wolf and Weston Walker to Partner. The pair have both collaborated closely with Founding Principal Jeanne Gang for well over a decade to design the firm’s most celebrated projects.

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Studio Gang shortlisted for Dezeen Architect of the Year Award

"The past two years have represented a period of significant growth for the Studio, which expanded its European presence by opening its first international office in Paris and won its first project in France – the University of Chicago Center in Paris – shortly thereafter."

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Fast Company — "Tall Buildings are Leaving Cities in Darkness. These Architects Have a Radical Fix."

"Viewed straight-on from the Hudson River, 40 Tenth looks like a simple rectangle. Shift to the right or left, though, and the building cuts inward, creating a dramatic faceted facade. The new development is part of Gang’s exploration into “solar carving,” a marketable term the firm uses to describe its process of shaping buildings based on the sun’s location and its desired effect."

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

"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."

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ArchDaily — "How Can Cities Help and Be Helped by Bees"

"According to the report, the best strategy is to increase the number of urban gardens. Planting the bees' favorite flowers also helps, as well as reducing the frequency of grass mowing in public parks, allowing them to blossom. Bee houses provide a more natural structure for bees and also allow a little human assistance when needed."

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Architectural Digest — "Studio Gang Completes the Cosmos-Inspired Skyscraper 40 Tenth Avenue"

"Great architecture is forward-thinking, and if we are to read into Gang's vision by studying 40 Tenth Avenue, we find ourselves in a world that respects the role of architecture within its environment."

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The Architect's Newspaper — "Studio Gang’s Solar Carve tower meets the sun with sculpted glass"

"To minimize the afternoon shadow cast onto the park, the architects developed a uniquely inverted, stepped setback shape to the building."

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Metropolis — "Design Cities 2019: Memphis, U.S.A."

'“Like many cities, Memphis is in competition to attract and retain a strong workforce by improving quality of life for residents,” says architect Jeanne Gang, whose studio developed the riparian scheme.'

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Dezeen — "SOM designs concourse terminals for Studio ORD's Chicago O'Hare airport"

"Skidmore, Owings & Merrill will design two new satellite concourses, measuring 1.2 million square feet, to form part of the new...O'Hare Global Terminal project designed by Studio ORD."

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Studio Gang longlisted for Dezeen Studio of the Year Award

"The Dezeen Awards studio categories will name the most outstanding design talents of the past year. Awards will be given to the best studios in each of the architecture, interior design and design categories, with studios founded less than 10 years ago competing in the emerging studio categories and more established practices battling to be named studio of the year. Studio Gang was longlisted in the architect of the year category."

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Architects' Journal — "UK and super-green projects among World Architecture Festival 2019 finalists"

"In the wake of Architects Declare, this year’s WAF shortlists also includes a large number of designs demonstrating how buildings can play a major role in a more sustainable future. Among them is...Studio Gang’s Solstice on the Park project, a 26-storey residential tower in Chicago claims to have been optimised for environmental performance through angled window panels which are slanted inwards at 72 degrees — the precise angle at which the sun hits the city’s skyline at the height of the summer solstice."

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Architectural Record — "American Museum of Natural History in New York Breaks Ground on Jeanne Gang–Designed Building"

"With many large openings offering glimpses of the various exhibition spaces, the new building’s light-filled and airy central hall will emphasize the connectedness of scientific disciplines while sparking curiosity in visitors."

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Wallpaper — "Jeanne Gang’s 11 Hoyt Street tops out in Brooklyn"

"11 Hoyt draws from Brooklyn’s rich architectural history while also capturing the creative spirit it has come to represent. The building features a distinctive scalloped façade that’s made up of cast concrete and glass, which appears animated, thanks to a clever system of bays that look like they’re peeling off the building as the sunlight moves across the building throughout the day."

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Real Insights — "1 Delisle Condos is the World-Class Condo Toronto Has Been Waiting For"

"One Delisle Condos promises to be a significant development that will have a lasting impact upon the city. By challenging housing conventions as well as serving as an international model for sustainable development, this luxury condo looks to subvert the status quo through the use of Gang’s characteristic ability to incorporate design as a way to connect people socially, experientially, and intellectually."

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TIME — "Architect Jeanne Gang Remembers Modernist Master I.M. Pei"

Jeanne Gang writes about architect I.M. Pei's lasting impact on the city of Chicago in a remembrance for TIME.

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Arkansas Money & Politics — "Arkansas Arts Center Launches $128 Million Capital Fundraising Campaign"

“Our design reimagines the Arkansas Arts Center to unlock new connections between an extraordinary art collection, thriving Museum School and Children’s Theatre. Along with much-needed renovations, new daylit spaces linked through the core of the Center will facilitate movement and create a series of vibrant, new public spaces for social interaction, education and appreciation for the arts. Opening onto Crescent Drive and MacArthur Park, the new architecture will strength the relationship between the Arkansas Arts Center and the community.”

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Harvard GSD — "Students of Jeanne Gang’s architecture studio seek redemption for the concrete behemoths of Brutalism"

'Recognizing that people are beginning to understand that simply destroying and replacing Brutalist buildings is wasteful and environmentally harmful, they wanted, Gang says, “to wake our collective brain to the situation,” and “to become creative with something that is already there.”'

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Studio Gang Selected as National Architect for Reynolds Project

“Jeanne has a history with Lexington and the College, and Studio Gang has been an integral part of our important work in the Portland neighborhood of Louisville,” said University of Kentucky College of Design Dean Mitzi Vernon. “With her broad portfolio of work, she understands community engagement, adaptive reuse, and as we look at the Reynolds Building, we consider the district and Lexington’s University City status, anticipating the critical role Jeanne will play in that evolution."

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Jeanne Gang Named to TIME 100

Jeanne Gang named among 100 most influential people of 2019 by TIME Magazine.

“For Jeanne, architecture is not just a wondrous object. It’s a catalyst for change. Her sleek, woody boathouses are helping to revive the polluted Chicago River by filtering runoff organically. Her Polis Station concept aims to improve the way civilians interact with law enforcement by fusing police stations with civic recreational centers.”

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