11 Hoyt, a residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn, New York City, designed by Studio Gang, features a “scalloped” facade made of precast concrete panels. The facade not only has ornamental significance, but it is also functional.
New York’s American Museum of Natural History’s the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation utilized shotcrete to evoke the Earth’s natural rock formations, in hopes of raising a sense of discovery, connection, and exploration within visitors.
Architect Jeanne Gang, FAIA, founding principal and partner of Studio Gang, has received two awards for her life’s work: The Urban Land Institute (ULI)’s 2022 Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development, and The Wall Street Journal (WSJ.)’s 2022 Architecture Innovator award.
Studio Gang’s 23-story multi-family residential tower, to be built on an area of 29,265 m2 (315,000 sf), in San Francisco’s Mission Rock neighborhood, is designed to maximize communal connections within the building and the neighborhood, and access to natural light with a profusion of biophilic elements.
Currently under construction, a major project milestone has happened at the 12,356 m2 (133,000-sf) Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts (AMFA)—a flowing, folded plate concrete structure, blossoming out to the north and south.
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