CTBUH Silver Member

Studio Gang Architects

About

Member Since: 2006

Member Offices: Chicago, New York City, San Francisco

Website: http://www.studiogang.com/

Studio Gang is an architecture and urban design practice with offices in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco. They work as a collective of 100 architects, designers, and planners, using design as a medium to connect people to each other, to their communities, and to the environment.

A sustainability ethos is central to the practice, coupled with a methodology defined by intensive research, experimentation, and collaboration with a wide range of disciplines both inside and outside the traditional design field. This approach has enabled the practice to realize innovative, award-winning work at multiple scales—architecture, urbanism, interiors, and exhibitions—with each project recognized for a strong connection to its place and purpose.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture; Interior Design; Urban Design

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2006

Member Offices

  • Chicago

  • New York City

  • San Francisco

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

The St. Regis Chicago

362.9 m / 1,191 ft

2

Aqua at Lakeshore East

261.8 m / 859 ft

3

11 Hoyt Street

190.8 m / 626 ft

4

One Delisle

158 m / 518 ft

5

Mira

130 m / 427 ft

6

100 Above The Park

116.1 m / 381 ft

7

Solstice on the Park

87.3 m / 286 ft

8

643 North Spring Street

82.3 m / 270 ft

9

Mission Rock Building F

73.2 m / 240 ft

10

40 Tenth Ave

60.7 m / 199 ft

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

The St. Regis Chicago

Chicago

363 m

1,191 ft

2

Aqua at Lakeshore East

Chicago

262 m

859 ft

3

11 Hoyt Street

New York City

191 m

626 ft

4

One Delisle

Toronto

158 m

518 ft

5

Mira

San Francisco

130 m

427 ft

6

100 Above The Park

St. Louis

116 m

381 ft

7

Solstice on the Park

Chicago

91 m

298 ft

8

Solstice on the Park

Chicago

87 m

286 ft

9

643 North Spring Street

Los Angeles

82 m

270 ft

10

Hyderabad Tellapur 02

Hyderabad

73 m

241 ft

11

Mission Rock Building F

San Francisco

73 m

240 ft

12

40 Tenth Ave

New York City

61 m

199 ft

13

City Hyde Park

Chicago

52 m

172 ft

14

The University of Chicago Campus North Residential Commons

Chicago

50 m

164 ft

15

Hafencity Crane Tower

Hamburg

- m

- ft

16

Kō‘ula

Honolulu

- m

- ft

17

City Hyde Park West Tower

Chicago

- m

- ft

18

Assemble Chicago

Chicago

- m

- ft

19

Populus

Denver

- m

- ft

20

Vancouver Pair Tower 1

Vancouver

- m

- ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Studio Gang

Chicago Future Leaders to Tour Vista Tower (Sold Out)

08 August 2019

The CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee will lead a tour of Vista Tower, which upon completion will be the tallest Chicago building designed by a woman.

CTBUH Staff Reaches New Heights at Chicago's Vista Tower

14 December 2018

To bring a successful year to a close, CTBUH staff enjoyed an extensive tour of the under-construction Vista Tower, a residential and hotel development in Chicago's Lakeshore East.

CTBUH Hosts China Government Delegation

20 May 2016

CTBUH was honored to host a delegation of government officials from the Shanghai Huangpu District People’s Government.

Seven Cities Winter Spaces Walking Tour

29 January 2015

The new CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized a highly successful Winter Spaces Walking Tour in seven cities around the world.

Tongji University Faculty and Students Visit Chicago

01 November 2013

“Towards Zero Carbon,” a collaborative design studio between Tongji University, CTBUH and the Illinois Institute of Technology, made a week-long visit to Chicago in November.

Young Professionals Committee Holds Inaugural Event

04 April 2012

CTBUH’s newly-established Young Professionals Committee staged their first event, a multi-disciplinary presentation on the creation of Aqua, the landmark Chicago tower.