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Studio Gang Publishes New Monograph with Phaidon

Published by Phaidon, Studio Gang: Architecture is a new monograph that captures the Studio’s pursuit of bold, optimistic architecture through an in-depth exploration of 25 signature projects and the resonant concepts that connect them.

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Illinois Tech Magazine — "Building Sustainability"

Illinois Tech Magazine — "Building Sustainability"

"Much more than an aesthetic flourish, the glass gradient represents both an achievement in building material advancement and a step forward in energy-efficiency, two areas of architecture that Vista Tower's design principal, Juliane Wolf (ARCH ’01), has been pursuing her entire career."

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Domus — "Women in Architecture: Where Are We At?"

"To tear down these cultural barriers, the women in architecture all around the world have been raising their voices. . . . In the professional practice several prominent architectural offices have embarked in the pay-gap closing journey, following the example of Jeanne Gang."

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Studio Gang: Architecture - Beyond Transparent

In the final chapter of Studio Gang's new monograph with Phaidon, Jeanne Gang asks what new kinds of glass architecture become possible when our ambitions expand beyond transparency and embrace “a culture of care.”⁠

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Chicago Architecture Center — "Biking Chicago: Northwest Side"

WMS Boathouse at Clark Park

"Studio Gang’s award-winning WMS Boathouse at Clark Park appears like a village of Shingle Style houses imported from Cape Cod, compressed into larger structures generating jigsaw rooflines."

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MAS Context — "Converging at Architecture: An Interview with Jeanne Gang"

MASContext — "Converging at Architecture An Interview with Jeanne Gang"

MAS Context publishes an excerpt from Studio Gang: Architecture (Phaidon, 2020) featuring an interview of Jeanne Gang by Architect Ann Lui, founding principal of Future Firm.

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Studio Gang: Architecture - What Are You Made Of?

In What Are You Made Of?, Jeanne Gang describes the deep interest in materials and making that runs through Studio Gang's work.

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Studio Gang and SCAPE Reveal New Design for Tom Lee Park

Building upon Studio Gang’s Memphis Riverfront Concept, the new Tom Lee Park will reconnect the Mississippi River and city of Memphis by transforming 30 acres of riverfront into a signature park where community life can flourish.

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Studio Gang Shortlisted for Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library

The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation named Studio Gang one of three finalists to compete for the commission of design architect of the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library.

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Metropolis — "Jeanne Gang on 'Actionable Idealism' and Architecture that Connects"

Metropolis features an excerpt from Studio Gang's upcoming monograph with Phaidon, where Jeanne Gang writes about aesthetic and formal affiliations across 25 projects from the last two decades.

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ARCHITECT Magazine — "Studio Gang's FDNY Rescue Company 2 Rethinks the Modern Firehouse"

"In this podcast episode, founding principal Jeanne Gang, FAIA, discusses how her firm merged form and function with sustainability and transparency to realize a design that not only keeps its firefighters safe, but also serves as a touchstone for local residents."

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Daily Memphian — "New Tom Lee Park plans include large open spaces, fountain, treetop walkway"

"The new Tom Lee Park concept juxtaposes large open spaces for music festivals and barbecue contests with more intimate everyday settings."

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WBEZ — “What’s That Building? Virtual World Tour Edition”

"Designed by Jeanne Gang and built in 2014, this small educational building takes up just 10,000 square feet on campus at Kalamazoo College in Michigan. Yet, it’s beautiful with an unusual Y shape and clad in carbon-sequestering wood rings."

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Studio Gang: Architecture - Up in the Canopy

In Up in the Canopy, Jeanne Gang describes the biological diversity and enigmatic experience of the treetops—and how architecture can learn from it.

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Designboom — "Explore NYC's Exciting New Architecture Through Digital Tours"

Yimby — "Views From The Top Of Jeanne Gang’s 11 Hoyt Street In Downtown Brooklyn"

Designboom includes 11 Hoyt in a roundup of virtual tours inside New York City's newest architecture.

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Architectural Digest — "18 Captivating New Books to Spark Inspiration"

"To celebrate its work to date, the firm has released a new monograph chronicling 25 of its greatest hits. The studio intentionally organized the projects into themes rather than chronology or program, which lends moments of discovery along the way."

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Architecture & Culture Magazine — "MIRA: Studio Gang"

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"Located at the corner of Spear and Folsom, MIRA will add 392 residences in the heart of San Francisco when complete later this year. Studio Gang's twisting design for the 40-story tower creates a diversity of units with sweeping views and natural light, and also addresses the dense context of the evolving Transbay district."

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Studio Gang: Architecture - Toward Terrestrial

As Jeanne Gang explains in this short film, the third thematic chapter in Studio Gang's upcoming monograph with Phaidon, Toward Terrestrial, is made up of projects where architecture learns from and merges with nature.

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ARCHITECT Magazine — "FDNY Rescue Company 2"

"Because the new building’s usable floor area was limited, . . . Studio Gang had to get creative to integrate training facilities as well. And so the firm designed two firehouses in one. . . . 'This little toolbox is about taking an ordinary building and creating opportunities with it,' Jeanne Gang says."

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Studio Gang: Architecture - Flow

In this short film, Jeanne Gang discusses how Studio Gang's projects take both a scientific and artistic approach to exploring the processes and properties of flow—the second thematic chapter in an upcoming monograph published by Phaidon, called Studio Gang: Architecture.

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Studio Gang: Architecture - Rhythm

⁠In a short film illustrating recurring themes of pattern and rhythm in Studio Gang's work, Jeanne Gang highlights one of the threads of inquiry explored in Studio Gang: Architecture, a new monograph published by Phaidon.

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Harvard GSD — "The pandemic has caused an unprecedented reckoning with digital culture"

Reflections on creating architectural culture online during the pandemic, based on interviews with members of the GSD community: Jeanne Gang, Antoine Picon, Jose Luis García del Castillo y López, Michelle Chang, Ana Miljački, Lisa Haber-Thomson, and Dan Sullivan.

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Elle Decoration — "Getaway: Chicago"

Elle Decoration — "Getaway: Chicago"

"Studio Gang is renowned for Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo; 82-storey Aqua Tower, distinctive for its undulating façade; and the 101-storey Vista Residences tower, which is set to be the world’s tallest building designed by a woman. Here, Gang and her team share their favourite Chicago hotspots."

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Phaidon — "Watch Jeanne Gang Tell You About Her New Book"

"After all, as we all know, to experiment is to take risks, to open oneself to the vagaries of the unknown and the unpredictable. A bit like cycling through the streets of Chicago perhaps? One thing's for sure: without experimentation there is no discovery; and Jeanne Gang, who founded this New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Paris-based practice twenty years ago, has discovered a lot."

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Aesthetica Magazine — "Organic Architecture"

"We are living in a climate emergency. Temperatures are rising, forest fires are raging, floods and hurricanes are happening at an unprecedented rate. In these turbulent times, it may be more tempting than ever to shut nature out, but Gang’s projects optimistically look to nature for a route forward."

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