Studio Gang: Architecture
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The most in-depth exploration of one of the most important, innovative, and creative architecture practices working today.
For the last twenty years Studio Gang, led by Jeanne Gang, has created bold, visionary architecture that engages the urgent social and environmental challenges of our time. This first comprehensive monograph brings together 25 signature projects-from the award-winning Aqua Tower and Writers Theatre to highly-anticipated upcoming buildings for the American Museum of Natural History and O'Hare International Airport-to reveal the resonant concepts and design approach that connect them. With a rich variety of visual materials and short essays by Jeanne Gang, the book elegantly captures the creative sensibility and trajectory of an architecture driven by pressing twenty-first-century questions.Specifications:
- Format: Hardback
- Size: 290 × 214 mm (11 3/8 × 8 3/8 in)
- Pages: 272 pp
- Illustrations: 300 illustrations
- ISBN: 9781838660543
Studio Gang is an international architecture and urban design practice founded and led by Jeanne Gang. A recipient of the National Design Award in Architecture and numerous other honors, the Studio works as a collective to create projects that foster interaction and connection. Their research-based, interdisciplinary approach has produced award-winning buildings across scales and typologies as well as publications and exhibitions that push design's ability to effect positive change.
"The work on display in these pages strikes a perfect balance between pragmatism and humanity." —Architectural Digest
"Studio Gang: Architecture captures 25 of the firm's most dazzling works—both built and unbuilt." —Galerie Online
"Each section [in Studio Gang] is headed by an earnest rumination, which addresses not only how the firm makes architecture, but also what Gang believes architecture should be." —Azure
"Each section [in Studio Gang] is headed by an earnest rumination, which addresses not only how the firm makes architecture, but also what Gang believes architecture should be."—Metropolis