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Studio Gang Unveils Designs for Sculptural University of Chicago Dorm Complex

Studio Gang Unveils Designs for Sculptural University of Chicago Dorm Complex

The University of Chicago campus is known for its neo-gothic architecture, often earning it Hogwarts comparisons, but in recent years the campus development office has ditched the limestone in favor of

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Jeanne Gang Pitches Adaptive Reuse Proposal for Chicago’s Threatened Prentice Women’s Hospital

Jeanne Gang Pitches Adaptive Reuse Proposal for Chicago’s Threatened Prentice Women’s Hospital

New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman and architect Jeanne Gang both waded into one of Chicago's biggest preservation battles this week in an effort to save Prentice Women's Hospital,

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Construction to Begin on Studio Gang’s Ambitious Northerly Island Park in Chicago

Construction to Begin on Studio Gang’s Ambitious Northerly Island Park in Chicago

Northerly Island was part of Daniel Burnham's 1909 Plan of Chicago; it was one of several manmade islands included in the plan, but it ended up being the only one that was actually built. In 2003,

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8 Green Valentines for the Architects and Designers We Love!

8 Green Valentines for the Architects and Designers We Love!

Mike's Design Crush: Michelle Kaufmann Ever since Inhabitat first met Michelle Kaufmann back in 2007, we've had a huge crush on her groundbreaking brand of sustainable design - she proved that green

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Invasive Species Threat Inspires Jeanne Gang to Reimagine Chicago’s South Side

Invasive Species Threat Inspires Jeanne Gang to Reimagine Chicago’s South Side

When an environmental problem arises and the Army Corps of Engineers fails to act, leave it to an architect to pick up the reins. The Great Lakes, a vital source of fresh water, are threatened by Asian

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Studio Gang’s Curvaceous Wood Pavilion at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo

Studio Gang’s Curvaceous Wood Pavilion at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo

Image © Beth Zacherle Studio Gang Architects' design for the South Pond Pavilion was inspired by the tortoise shell. It features pre-fabricated wooden planks that have been interconnected and milled

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Architect Jeanne Gang Wins $500,000 MacArthur Genius Grant

Architect Jeanne Gang Wins $500,000 MacArthur Genius Grant

The architecture world is buzzing this morning with big news - architect Jeanne Gang, best known for the groundbreakingly curvaceous Aqua Tower in Chicago, has won a $500,000 MacArthur Genius Grant. The

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Studio Gang Architects’ Incredible Origami-Shaped Starlight Theater Opens and Closes Like Flower Petals

Studio Gang Architects’ Incredible Origami-Shaped Starlight Theater Opens and Closes Like Flower Petals

Rock Valley College commissioned the project to be completed piecemeal over three years because they simply didn't have the funds to do it all at once. The original theatre had to be shut down in

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Jeanne Gang’s Green-Roofed Aqua Tower Ripples Up Towards the Chicago Sky

Jeanne Gang’s Green-Roofed Aqua Tower Ripples Up Towards the Chicago Sky

Situated along Chicago's Loop District, the Aqua is a distinct construction that sits amongst a slew of standard glass boxes. The building takes a form inspired by Lake Michigan and the Chicago River,

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