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Metropolis — "Sunlight and Landscape Views Shape Studio Gang’s Latest Chicago Tower"

"Solstice on the Park, the new Studio Gang–designed rental apartment tower in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, doesn’t want for inspiration."

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Chicago Tribune — "O’Hare expansion set to take off under hometown architect Jeanne Gang"

"We like the idea that someone with deep local roots is creating the city’s next-level link to the world. We’re counting on Gang to lift the O’Hare experience to new heights."

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The Architect's Newspaper — "Making Money as an Architect is Majorly Affected by Where You Work"

"Last summer, Jeanne Gang revealed she had closed the pay gap at Studio Gang, becoming the first firm in the country to do so. As Gang pointed out...the pay gap is one of architecture’s greatest injustices and diversity in design isn’t just about filling a quota with different faces of different colors in a single office. It’s about recognizing the value that architects of all backgrounds bring to the table, and compensating them appropriately."

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Studio Gang Shortlisted for University of Kentucky College of Design

The University of Kentucky College of Design announced Studio Gang as one of six finalists in consideration for National Design Architect for the adaptive reuse of the Reynolds Building.

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Studio Gang-led Team Wins Competition to Design Global Terminal and Concourse at Chicago's O'Hare Airport

Studio Gang-led team Studio ORD has won the international competition to design the first global alliance terminal in the United States. Learn more

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Commercial Appeal — "Redesign of Tom Lee Park in Memphis lives up to its namesake"

"We’re creating something that’s worthy of a 200-year-old city growing to embrace inclusivity, ambition, equality and change.

Tom Lee did a noble deed. Let’s do another one by giving generations of Memphians a world-class riverfront park that can enrich them every single day."

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l'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui — "dans la bibliothèque de Jeanne Gang"

In a new series for the French architecture publication, Jeanne shares a selection of her favorite books.

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WTTW — "Artists, Architects Reimagine the Possibilities of Design in ‘Dimensions of Citizenship’"

"All of these hundreds of cobblestones that came from Memphis, then to Venice, now here to Chicago, are weighted. They’re weighted with history ... it’s about bringing sort of a renewed interest into this material object."

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Dezeen — "'Show respect to women in your workforce' says Jeanne Gang"

"Change isn't happening fast enough for women in architecture says Jeanne Gang, who suggests that all firms should be set a target to close their gender pay gap."

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Memphis Magazine — "Revising the Riverfront"

The Studio Gang team in Memphis is led by Gia Biagi, whose title is principal of urbanism and civic impact at the firm, and who, Coletta says, knows as much as anyone about the Memphis riverfront.

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Studio Gang Named to Domus 100

"This practice activates processes that are primarily focused on relations between individuals, communities and environments, delivering a heterogeneous and multifaceted body of work spanning different scales and typologies, reaching beyond architecture's conventional boundaries."

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Architectural Digest — "This Studio Gang Hotel Could Transform Boston's Skyline"

"An intelligent and ambitious proposal...could become a vibrant example of how the city can maximize the built environment to accommodate growing populations, transportation, and human health."

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Windy City Times — "AIA Chicago starts LGBTQI+ alliance with reception"

Studio Gang hosted AIA Chicago's launch of an LGBTQI+ alliance with a reception on our Chicago rooftop.

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Atlanta Agent — "What ‘The Stitch’ needs, according to land use experts"

Principal of Urbanism and Civic Impact Gia Biagi participated in presentation advocating for a $400 million development in Atlanta known as "The Stitch" as a member of the Urban Land Institute’s Technical Advisory Panel.

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Abitare — "Jeanne's Empathetic Towers"

"Ten years ago, she opened the 'wave-like' skyscraper that has made her famous all over the world. Today Jeanne Gang is working on new high-rises in Chicago, New York, and Amsterdam. These buildings are designed to foster social relations among their inhabitants and integrate with the life of the city."

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Architecture AU — "Jeanne Gang joins Parramatta Powerhouse jury"

Jeanne joins the jury for an international competition for a new Powerhouse Precinct at Paramatta in Australia. The proposed Powerhouse Precinct will comprise a new building to house a “24-hour” museum on the banks of the Parramatta River as well as a public space and a pedestrian bridge.

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Studio Gang Recognized as One of the World’s Most Innovative Companies

The Studio was ranked fifth in the Architecture category.


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Chicago Tribune — "Spectacular skylines can also be bird killers. Here's how a proposed Chicago ordinance is trying to help."

“If we keep environmental impact in mind from the start of the design process, we can create buildings that are functional and aesthetically pleasing, and also bird-friendly,” says Jeanne.

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Architectural Digest — "Studio Gang to Transform the Mississippi River Waterfront"

"Along six miles of the Mississippi River in Memphis, Tennessee, Studio Gang and SCAPE have designed Tom Lee Park with architectural interventions, multi-purpose spaces, landscape, and playplaces."

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Dezeen — "Studio Gang unveils redesign of Memphis waterfront Tom Lee Park"

"Studio Gang has revealed plans to overhaul a park on Memphis' Mississippi River, which include building a plant-covered viewing tower, bulbous stoney structures, and a gridded canopy for basketball."

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Congress for the New Urbanism Journal — "From Busy Roadway to Public Square"

Studio Gang designs building as part of urban plan to vastly improve the safety and the experience of one of Boston’s most important public spaces, for people driving, biking and walking.

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StreetsBlog USA — "How to Fix a Fork (in the Road)"

Collaborator Jeff Speck makes a case for the transformation of Kenmore Square in Boston.

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Boston Globe — "Developer Offers A Vision To Get Kenmore Square Moving"

Studio Gang unveils design of flatiron building to catalyze ambitious new urban design of Kenmore Square.

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Memphis Flyer — "Take Me to the River"

Tom Lee Park Engagement Center opens at Beale Street Landing to share Studio Gang design with Memphians.

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