Architect Jeanne Gang is the founder of international architecture and urban-design practice Studio Gang. She creates striking public and private places that connect people with each other, their communities and the environment, and is known for her work in expanding the role of designers in society. Jeanne’s award-winning portfolio includes Michigan’s Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership, the reimagined Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, and a recently completed expansion to the American Museum of Natural History, which the New York Times called “a poetic, joyful, theatrical work of public architecture”.
Studio Gang is headquartered in Chicago, has offices in New York, San Francisco and Paris and ongoing projects throughout the Americas and Europe. The Studio also develops research, publications and exhibitions that push design’s ability to generate change – a practice Jeanne calls “actionable idealism”. A MacArthur Fellow and Professor in Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Jeanne has received the Urban Land Institute’s Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development and been named one of the most influential people in the world by TIME magazine.
Jeanne Gang is an international keynote speaker at in:situ on Wednesday 21 February 2024.
Jeanne Gang is proudly sponsored by Metalcraft Roofing