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.

From using the movement of museum visitors to shape the new Gilder Center at the American Museum of Natural History, to expressing concrete’s fluidity with Aqua Tower’s undulating balconies, Jeanne Gang shares how she sees flow as “intriguing; multivalent; and, like architecture itself, a pursuit merging both sides of the brain.”

Studio Gang: Architecture is now available for purchase at an independent bookstore near you, or online at Phaidon.

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