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San Francisco Chronicle — "9/11 was supposed to end the age of skyscrapers. Instead, there are more now than ever"

San Francisco Chronicle — "9/11 was supposed to end the age of skyscrapers. Instead, there are more now than ever"

The St. Regis Chicago (the 8th tallest tower built since 2001) is featured in this roundup of the most innovative skyscrapers of the last twenty years.

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Steve Wiesenthal Elected SCUP Board of Directors Chair

Steve Wiesenthal Named SCUP Board Chairman

Principal Steve Wiesenthal has been elected as the Board of Directors Chair for the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), serving a one year term that began in July.

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Architectural Record — "Innovative Housing Portfolio"

Assemble Chicago is highlighted in this article about inventive approaches to affordable housing for the high sustainability ambitions and mix of units.

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Medium — "Community Resilience Through the Civic Commons, Part 1"

Medium — "Community Resilience Through the Civic Commons, Part 1"

Reimagining the Civic Commons includes our work with Theaster Gates' Rebuild Foundation in Chicago as an approach to public space for more engaged, connected and sustainable cities.

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Aqua named among "Most Significant Works of Postwar Architecture" by the New York Times Style Magazine

"When T assembled a panel of architects, designers and journalists to create a list of the 25 Most Significant Works of Postwar Architecture, we knew going into it that Times readers would have their own ideas about buildings that ought to have been included or omitted; even our jury members were cognizant of the inherent limitations of such an assignment. With that in mind, here are some more significant buildings erected since World War II...all are worth a closer look."

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Jeanne Named to Forbes "50 Over 50" Vision List

"Armed with brilliant ideas, experience and a determination to disrupt, these 50 women are making an impact on society and culture through healthcare, robotics, music, dance, and so much more."

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Weston Walker on Municipal Art Society of New York Jury

Weston Walker will join Architecture Critic Justin Davidson and others on the jury for 2021 MASterworks Awards.

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Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences — "A Conversation with Architect Jeanne Gang"

“Whether through her public parks or her urban residential towers, Jeanne’s approach is a beautiful illustration of how to honor the values of civic engagement and social justice when designing for the future.”

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The Wall Street Journal — "A Sculptural Skyscraper for Chicago"

The Wall Street Journal — "A Sculptural Skyscraper for Chicago"

Architecture Critic Michael Lewis calls The St. Regis Chicago "easily the most important addition to the Chicago skyline in a generation—no small feat in America’s most celebrated architectural city."

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Studio Gang to Launch Gallery Space During Chicago Architecture Biennial

In conjunction with the 2021 Biennial, "Studio Gang will present the first exhibition in their new Wicker Park gallery space—a look at the Studio’s collaboration with apparel manufacturing workers co-op Blue Tin Production to transform a vacant former post office in Chicago Lawn into a new production headquarters and community hub."

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WBEZ — "Garfield Park Community Plaza Aims to Reduce Gun Violence"

"In West Garfield Park, residents are hoping a new community plaza, with a roller rink for kids and plans for family movie nights, will turn the tides."

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Chicago Sun Times — "An Rx for downtown: More housing for working folks and an improved Pritzker Park"​

"What excites us most about this project is that it will put affordable working-class housing right downtown while finding new purpose for the underutilized site...If Chicago’s downtown is to remain vital and fully recover from the crushing economic impact of the pandemic, smart and bold moves are needed."

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l'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui — "Campus électrique"

The Beloit Powerhouse is featured in issue no. 443, dedicated to the USA. "Jeanne Gang est...une créatrice de bâtiments communautaires avec une vision engagée des enjeux patrimoniaux. En témoigne le centre sportif qu’elle a livré en 2020 sur le campus du Beloit College (Wisconsin), au sein d’une ancienne centrale électrique."

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National Post — "What it Feels Like to Live in a 16-Sided Building"

"Spiralling upwards from a square retail podium one block north of Yonge and St. Clair, the 47-storey tower at One Delisle is the first project in Canada by Jeanne Gang’s Chicago-based architecture firm."

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Beloit Powerhouse a Finalist for MIPIM Award

The Powerhouse is among five finalists in the "Best Refurbished Buildings" category for the 2021 awards.

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Public Voting Now Open for Architizer A+ Popular Choice Awards

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

The Beloit Powerhouse and One Hundred are both finalists in the 9th Annual Architizer A+ Popular Choice Awards. Cast your vote.

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Gray Magazine — "The Windy City's Design Scene Will Blow Your Mind"

Gray Magazine — "The Windy City's Design Scene Will Blow Your Mind"

"Employing nearly 100 practitioners from all over the world, Gang uses design to unite people, nature, and communities—always with an eye on sustainability."

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Studio Gang and The Community Builders Win C40 Cities Chicago Loop Competition

Assemble Chicago will create 207 carbon-neutral residences for downtown workforce earning as little as minimum wage, revitalize Pritzker Park, and add community spaces and amenities to the Loop.

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City of Chicago Breaks Ground on Community Plaza and Roller Rink in West Garfield Park Neighborhood

"Design has a critical role to play in uplifting communities and making our cities more equitable and resilient. Working with the people who know Garfield Park best—its residents—to imagine the future of their neighborhood has been incredibly rewarding. We're proud to help our home city of Chicago to invest in the safety and prosperity of this community." — Jeanne Gang

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Designboom — "Studio Gang's 'Terraine' for Westbank Campus Will Reshape the Urban Sprawl of San Jose"

"Terraine will add beautifully designed residences to complement the neighboring workspaces of Arbor so that those who work in San Jose are not commuting from other areas, but connecting with the growing city."

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Architect's Newspaper — "Studio Gang Crowns St. Louis with a New Crystalline Residential Tower"

Architectural Record — "One Hundred by Studio Gang"

"Though it's been open for less than a year, One Hundred, a 36-story residential tower in St. Louis's Central West End neighborhood, carries itself like a city landmark."

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ICON — "The ICON Interview: Jeanne Gang"

"The innovation and breadth of Chicago-based Studio Gang's projects draw in large part from the idealism and inquisitive eye of its founder."

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Juliane Wolf Serves on Dezeen Awards Jury

Juliane named among this year's jurors in the architecture category.

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Architizer — "Architectural Details: Terracotta Design in Studio Gang’s New York Fire Station"

Rescue Company 2 Firehouse Exterior Terracotta Detail, designed by Studio Gang

"Green technologies work in tandem with fire-engine red terracotta tiles to create a highly functional and community-oriented fire station."

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Architizer — "100 Women to Watch in Architecture"

"When it comes to innovative textural façades that add movement — even rhythm —to the urban environment, Gang truly is a leader in the field"

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