Science, education and innovation. The Richard Gilder Center by Studio Gang

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Studio Gang. Lead architects.- Jeanne Gang.
Project team
Jeanne Gang, Weston Walker, Ana Flor Ortiz, Anu Leinonen, Anika Schwarzwald.
Davis Brody Bond.- Carl Krebs, Mark Wagner, Carl Brown, Jeffrey Lee.
Ralph Appelbaum Associates.- Ralph Appelbaum, Matt Krupanski, Joshua Dudley, Erin Kentch, Christiaan Kuypers, Philip Drew , Judy Vannais.
Reed Hilderbrand.- Doug Reed, John Grove, Lydia Gikas Cook.
Approvals.- AKRF.
Live animal HVAC engineering.- Altieri.
Commissioning.- Aramark.
FLZ exhibit design.- Argyle.
Structural engineer, acoustical and AV consultant.- Arup.
Sustainability consultant.- Atelier Ten.
Restaurant and Classroom Design/Architect.- Bergen Street Studios.
Theater consultant.- Boris Micka Associates.
MEP/FP/façade engineer.- BuroHappold Engineering.
Exhibition lighting consultant.- Clinard Design Studio.
Exhibition engineer and fabricator.- Design and Production Museum Studio.
Security Consultant.- DVS.
Exhibition engineer and fabricator.- Hadley Exhibits.
Historical preservation consultant.- Higgins Quasebarth & Partners.
Accessibility and universal design consultant.- Institute for Human Centered Design.
Loading dock consultant.- Kleinfelder.
Site civil and geotechnical engineer.- Langan Engineering.
Live animal consulting.- Leaf House.
Expediter.- Metropolis, MBE.
Visitor flow.- Management Resources.
Signage consultant.- Pentagram.
Architectural lighting consultant.- Renfro Design Group.
Restaurant kitchen operator.- Restaurant Associates.
Restaurant kitchen design.- Yui Design, Inc.
IT consultant.- Shen Milson Wilke.
Code consultant.- Simpson Gumpertz Heger.
AV engineer and integrator for Invisible Worlds.- Solotech.
Theater designer.- Tamschick Media+Space.
Labs and collections consultant.- Walt Crimm Associates.
Waterproofing Consultant.- WJE.
Vertical transportation consultant.- VDA.
AECOM Tishman Construction Corporation.
The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation.- 21,368 m² (17,652 m² addition, 3,716 m² of renovated space).
Kenneth C. Griffin Exploration Atrium.- 929 m².
Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. Collections Core including the Macaulay Family Foundations Galleries.- 1,115 m².
Susan and Peter J. Solomon Family Insectarium.- 465 m².
"Invisible Worlds" immersive experience .- 539 m².
Davis Family Butterfly Vivarium.- 232 m².
David S. and Ruth L. Gottesman Research Library and Learning Center.- 409 m² of new construction (the total of the Library is 3887 m², including library stacks and office space).
The Weston Curiosity Zone.- 232 m².
The Learning Labs.- 251 m².
The Studio.- 242 m².
Michael Vlock Family Learning Zone.- 715 m².
Zone for Teacher Learning.- 279 m².
Columbus Avenue at 79th Street, on the west side of the Museum, Manhattan. New York, USA.
"Invisible Worlds" projection screen engineer & fabricator.- Astro-Tec.
Sculpture & modelmakers.- Atta Studio.
Modelmakers.- Chase Studio.
Retail Design and Merchandising.- Event Network.
Signage engineering and fabricator.- KubikMaltbie.
Stone consultant.- Stone Trends International.


Jeanne Gang. American architect and MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang is the founding principal of Studio Gang. Jeanne is recognized internationally for her bold and functional designs that incorporate ecologically friendly technologies in a wide range of striking structures. She has been sought out by numerous organizations to engage her creative approach for mission-oriented architecture and design.

Jeanne and Studio Gang have produced some of today’s most compelling design work, including the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership, the WMS Boathouse at Clark Park, the Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo, and Aqua Tower.



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