Daniel W. Winey
Dan's 30-year career reflects his passion for design, architecture and international business leadership. He led...
67 items were found in 5 categories for your search Livable
Open spaces – the parks and piazzas that give cities a sense of character and community – are in short supply. To...dialogue BLOG
This post is part of a series, “What Makes My City Livable?” on how cities make the experience of living more...Blog Archive
A survey of cities using transit-served urban centers to spark renewal.Dialogue Article
Confidential mixed-use project. This post is part of a series, “What Makes My City Livable?” on how cities make the...Blog Archive
Future visions for aligning mobility and development – LA Forward. This post is part of a series, “What Makes My...Blog Archive
The Livability IssueDialogue Issue
The Shanghai Tower. Some of the most cutting-edge things going on behind-the-scenes in architecture today involve...Blog Archive
Snapshots and posts from our livable cities.Dialogue Article
Gleaming new terminals are rising in next-generation cities across the globe; and with these come growing...dialogue BLOG
Gensler Singapore hosted a panel examining the impact that repositioning smart cities might have on a...dialogue BLOG
Our 2017 Design Forecast considers how design will deliver tomorrow’s vibrant cities, rich personal experiences, and...Design Forecast
We believe human experience is the future of design. People are the one constant in this era of dramatic...dialogue BLOG
Cities are cool. I find myself increasingly fascinated with how attractive city living is for so many new urban...Blog Archive
Building upon our BoomTown framework to understand the essential elements for multigenerational communities.Gensler Research Institute
What will your city look like in 2050? Peering into the future is a favorite exercise for planners and designers...Blog Archive
This post is part of a blog series related to Dialogue 30, "The Livability Issue.” As designers and planners, we...Blog Archive
The stairs to Sydney’s Opera House invite a social moment. Photo: John J. Parman. This post is part of a blog series...Blog Archive
After the new World and Olympic Records are inked in the books (albeit digitally), the athletes, media and visitors...Blog Archive
Gensler Costa Rica hosted a panel discussing how public-private partnerships can spur innovation, how buildings and...dialogue BLOG
Gensler’s New York office hosted a discussion on how we can build a better, more equitable city for future...dialogue BLOG
To respond to the global need for more housing — and more affordable housing — we’re exploring ideas that include...Dialogue Article
Gensler’s New Jersey office hosted a panel discussion on topics ranging from social equity, to new modes of...dialogue BLOG
In partnership with the Milken Institute's Center for the Future of Aging, Gensler teams from Los Angeles and...dialogue BLOG
The first block of North San Pedro Street was an otherwise active center of San Jose, California — save for an...dialogue BLOG
The world’s largest retailer’s new home office delivers more than just top amenities and appealing aesthetics. It’s...dialogue BLOG
Over half the world’s people now live in cities — a reality that is already introducing tough new challenges. In...Design Forecast
As we consider the future of cities, we must also be cognizant of the forces of change that will impact how we...dialogue BLOG
We reimagined how to engage healthcare consumers to reshape care and communities.Gensler Research Institute
A layer of technology isn’t what makes a city “smart.” The tech must be used for purpose — seeking to bring the...Dialogue Article
The concept of smart cities might be shrewd marketing on the part of tech companies, so what does it mean for a city...dialogue BLOG
As global leaders come together to address how the collective community can help reduce CO2 emissions, we understand...dialogue BLOG
Are today’s communities prepared for our rapidly growing, healthy, and savvy aging population?Gensler Research Institute
This post is part of a series in which we look at the critical role that the architecture and design play in global...Blog Archive
Banfield Pet Hospital. / Ryan Gobuty. This post is part of a series in which we look at the critical role that the...Blog Archive
Downtown San José’s thriving Farmer’s Market is just one example of the City’s increasing efforts to adapt existing...Blog Archive
This post is part of a blog series related to Dialogue 30, "The Livability Issue.” At the edge of Dallas’ Bishop...Blog Archive
There’s been a LOT of talk about autonomous vehicles recently. Every automaker is promising a self-driving car...Blog Archive
This blog piece is based on a Q+A discussion held with Gensler designers Richard Jacob, Michaela Winter-Taylor and...Blog Archive
Cadillac House. Photo: Eric Laignel. The need for speed? I get it. We’re so busy with today’s pace of modern life...Blog Archive
Vibrant communities are the building blocks of our fast-paced, increasingly urban world. To help cities thrive...dialogue BLOG
Our firm revolves around a shared commitment to design excellence and a culture of entrepreneurial self-sustaining...dialogue BLOG
The Heifer pop-up at Westfield Shopping Center in San Francisco, Calif. Designed by Gensler. ‘Tis the season for...Blog Archive
Design innovation. Global talent and knowledge. Helping our clients achieve their goals and being their trusted...Blog Archive
Ian Mulcahey takes a look inside Ice Watch Paris at COP21. Video ? Gensler COP21 is an international diplomatic...Blog Archive
The word “resilience” sparks thoughts of natural disasters. Three current Gensler projects show that it’s really...Dialogue Article
Can China create better cities? For China’s cities to grow while maintaining a sense of community, we must enrich...Gensler Research Institute
The lines between traditionally segregated cities and suburbs are blurring as the breakdown between the spatial...Blog Archive
Work in the City is a yearlong initiative directed at key drivers redefining how the rapidly changing landscape of...Blog Archive
Video ? Gensler In 2013 Gensler launched a three-year initiative called Reimagining Cities aimed at prompting a...Blog Archive
Confidential energy trading facility. Photographer: Tim Griffiths Recently I've been involved with a number of...Blog Archive
The Alexander Hotel. On a typical day most Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors. Yet even from inside...Blog Archive
The price tag for natural disasters is rising. Rives Taylor explains how real estate owners can develop resilient...Blog Archive
When cities are confronted by sudden deluges, our immediate response is to get rid of the offending water, fast. In...Blog Archive
What is the commercial value of open space? Property owners, developers, and investors are willing to pay a premium...Gensler Research Institute
The Manchester Pacific Gateway development celebrates San Diego as a dynamic cosmopolitan city and enhances the...
Walmart’s new 350-acre home office will be fully integrated into the community, and inclusive of the natural beauty...
New York City is expected to exceed 9 million residents by 2030. How can urban design help a city like New York that...
Exploring the top trends in workplace design for energy and sciences companies, including automation, collaboration...
Exploring the top trends in digital experience design, such as real-time mapping and why smart cities should be...
To make a positive difference, we have to design for the needs of people first.
Gensler is committed to designing with an unwavering focus on Human Experience as we work to shape the future of...
he Future of Cities relies on designers to consider mobility, human experience, climate change, connected cities...
Modern cities can be built on time-honored principles and shaped by regional culture and local values, as...