Jeanne Gang, FAIA joins residents at the American Academy in Rome

by Sara Johnson | Feb 04, 2016
The American Academy in Rome announced the latest class of residents on Tuesday. The one-to-three month residences are by invitation, and responsibilities include advising Rome Prize winners as well as producing at least one event, such as a lecture or exhibition.

The spring class includes three architects participating as a William Bernoudy Architect in Residence: David Adjaye, Hon. FAIA, principal of London's Adjaye Associates; Jeanne Gang, FAIA, principal of Chicago- and New York–based Studio Gang Architects; and Craig Hartman, FAIA, a design partner at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Adjaye will be at the academy for two roughly one-month periods between May and July, Gang arrives in early May and stays through June, and Hartman's residency begins in late May and runs through late June.

Jeanne Gang
has been an SAH member since 2014.  Read full article here

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