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With a passion for all aspects of culture and the arts, Bevin leads Gensler’s Foundations, Associations, and...
Maddy has a broad portfolio of projects and a reputation as a leader of successful collaborations with high-profile...
Ken is currently serving on Gensler’s Board of Directors and Management Committee. As a Co-Managing Principal of...
John founded Gensler’s Retail and Branding studios and continues to expand these practice areas into emerging...
Barbara is a Principal and Studio Director in our Los Angeles office. For more than 30 years, she has created...
As a Studio Director of the lifestyle-flex in Bangalore, Shivani’s leadership reflects her strong communication...
Tom is a Hospitality Leader and a Studio Director in Gensler’s London office. He has more than 25 years of...
As the global Creative Lead of Digital Experiences, Hans brings 20 years of expertise in creating immersive brand...
Kristopher is South Central Regional Director of our Commercial Office Building Developers Practice Area, with...
In addition to his role as a Design Director, Eric is the director of a studio focused on large-scale, mixed-use...
With more than 28 years of experience designing, leading, and executing innovative architecture and urbanism...
Centered around the relationship between humans and dogs, American Kennel Club’s (AKC) Museum of the Dog activates...
The American Kennel Club has built one of the world’s largest collections of ?ne art and artifacts related to dogs...
MoMA’s multi-year expansion project had three comprehensive drivers: increase gallery space to exhibit the diverse...
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum sought detailed concepts for enlarged exhibit spaces and an enhanced...
Tokyo-based architects SANAA partnered with Gensler to realize this competition-winning design for the 52,000...
Forsyth County is renovating a five-story, 70,000-square-foot building in downtown Winston-Salem that will be home...
Seeking to create a new aesthetic and guest experience in support of its evolving curatorial vision, San Diego’s...
For its second year anniversary, Costa Rica’s leading fashion magazine, Traffic, wanted to celebrate in a unique and...
The Vantone History Museum tells the story—and history—of film in China. The brainchild of Lun Feng, a renowned...
For the new Texas Quilt Museum, Gensler transformed a pair of 1893 commercial buildings in historic downtown La...
The world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture, the International Center of Photography...
Coinciding with the highly anticipated 2019 expansion, MoMA commissioned Gensler to create a campus-wide signage...
For the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s most significant and comprehensive expansion to-date, Gensler began with...
Located at the edge of Seattle Center, this Tech Spec office building is surrounded by the Space Needle, Museum of...
This new store for Costa Rica’s museum of pre-Columbian gold artifacts lends an increased openness and visibility to...
The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum reimagines the museum experience and displays the history and artifacts in a new...
Through a decade-long expansion campaign, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s campus has been transformed...
A workplace that feels more like an art gallery, LACMA’s new administrative offices eschew hierarchical divisions in...
For years, Navy Pier existed as Chicago’s warm-weather playground and largest family-friendly tourist draw. To...
The Coca-Cola Company’s Central Reception Building offers visitors to its headquarters a first taste of the brand’s...
St. Louis Science Center’s “GameXPloration” is an immersive exhibit celebrating the past, present, and future of...
Gensler is working with a local developer to join two historic buildings and create a mixed-use office and retail...
The relocation of CBRE’s Detroit office was executed with a focus on transforming the workplace into a valuable...
Fifth + Broadway is a new mixed-use development located on the site of the old Nashville Convention Center. Taking...
Owned by The Pizzuti Companies and operated by Wischermann Partners, The Joseph is a Le Méridien-branded hotel...
NEW INC is a museum-led incubator incorporating shared workspace and professional development programs designed to...
University Mall, part of the Madison Marquette portfolio of retail properties, is a Chapel Hill institution. Since...
Gensler served as executive architect and sustainability consultant for a series of transformative projects on the...
The Alexander raises the bar when it comes to an authentic, guest-focused lodging experience. With 209 guest and...
The Girls Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana, the nation’s largest regional council, is composed of 52...
Located within Incheon International Airport, the lounge provides HyundaiCard Black members an exclusive environment...
An investigation into designing a memorable and inclusive museum experience for a multigenerational audience.Gensler Research Institute
The idea of an art museum is in constant flux. As a building type, it walks a fine line between aesthetics and...Dialogue Article
The AKC Museum of the Dog combines hands-on moments with classical displays to engage visitors.Dialogue Article
What is the future of the museum? Museums are evolving to accommodate active, individualistic, and tech‐driven new...Gensler Research Institute
This post is part of our series on Academic Incubators. In November, the New Museum opened the doors of NEW INC, the...Blog Archive
Our research reveals the impact that young museum-goers are having on cultural institutions.Dialogue Article
The composed elegance of the 60-story One Museum Place in Shanghai's Jing'an District tells a story of breathtaking...dialogue BLOG
Traffic Museum ? Alexia Uriarte, courtesy of Gensler. Museums are increasingly embracing digital technology to...Blog Archive
Digital Revolution @ Barbican Last year Gensler London’s Education and Culture practice area hosted its first...Blog Archive
Belgian artist Carsten Holler’s recent exhibition "Experience" at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York...Blog Archive
Work was a silo, but now we stack, embed, and overlay it with the rest of life to create great synergies and...Dialogue Article
This past week while listening to NPR I happened to catch a story about the opening of a major exhibit on fashion at...Blog Archive
The transformation of community lifeDialogue Issue
One Museum Place, Shanghai. . Extraordinary technological advances have taken tall buildings to new heights, quite...Blog Archive
The Rubens house, Antwerp- Apple iBeacon technology applied to classical art. With the decrease of available public...Blog Archive
Museums have the power to excite, educate, and enlighten. How this power should be used — and shared — is very much...Blog Archive
Gensler is once again headed to SXSW (March 12-15, 2017) and we’d love to connect with you on the ground in Austin...Blog Archive
Cities are playing a larger role in the identity of downtown workplaces, and companies are embracing the urban...Dialogue Article
Maddy Burke-Vigeland, Gary Hilderbrand, Tadao Ando and Annabelle Selldorf at the grand re-opening of the Clark Art...Blog Archive
TRANSFORMING THE URBAN EXPERIENCE THROUGH DESIGNDialogue Issue
On the eve of the official inauguration of the Costa Rica Convention Center in Heredia— 10 kilometers northwest of...Blog Archive
Image: Jo Jo, Unsplash Editor’s note: this blog is part of a series discussing trends and insights into the world...Blog Archive
Investigating the evolution of office work, and its impact on the urban environment.Gensler Research Institute
Image @ Flickr user Thomas Wensing If a day goes by when I don’t talk to a client about how to make interactions...Blog Archive
Groundbreaking for the Marriott Marquis Chicago Hotel at McCormick Place took place on July 28, 2015. July 28, 2015...Blog Archive
Since World War II, urban renewal policies have played a significant role in shaping cities in the United States...Blog Archive
An exploration into designing space for the coexistence of humans and robots.Gensler Research Institute
In this time of social distancing, brands are finding new ways to authentically connect with their audiences through...dialogue BLOG
Whether it is a curated art program, an emerging artists installation, or a dedicated gallery, organizations are...dialogue BLOG
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Gensler Design Excellence Awards, a program that seeks to elevate the...dialogue BLOG
DESIGNING CITIES FOR PEOPLEDialogue Issue
Vibrant communities are the building blocks of our fast-paced, increasingly urban world. To help cities thrive...dialogue BLOG
In the aftermath of the global recession, retailers experimented with store design and customer services in an...Blog Archive
The reflecting pool at the Clark. Photo ? Gensler, Chris Leonard Photographer When visitors arrive at The Sterling...Blog Archive
Over the past year Kathleen Jordan, a principal in Gensler’s New York office and leader in the firm’s Retail...Blog Archive
What role do the arts play in Houston’s culture? My wife and I moved to Houston over 40 years ago and truly love...Blog Archive
Not-for-profits are leading the way on issues of inclusion and equity because they understand that the work they do...dialogue BLOG
These are difficult times, but travel will resume and we recognize that great hotels not only anticipate market...dialogue BLOG
The COVID-19 crisis is causing us to redefine all our work around the concept of wellness and re-examine the...dialogue BLOG
With an emphasis on hospitality, San Francisco’s Chase Center bolsters a growing neighborhood.Dialogue Article
Gensler’s New Jersey office hosted a panel discussion on topics ranging from social equity, to new modes of...dialogue BLOG
For over 15 years, Gensler's Denver office has supported some of the most vulnerable among us through their...dialogue BLOG
Renovation of the Foundation’s landmark headquarters creates a modern workplace experience.Dialogue Article
On Isla Chira, a remote island in Costa Rica's Gulf of Nicoya, a recent groundbreaking showcases Gensler’s...dialogue BLOG
Gensler San Francisco gathered a diverse panel of experts to consider the questions we should all be asking...dialogue BLOG
A sense of belonging is essential to our ability to thrive, but today’s rapidly changing social landscape poses new...dialogue BLOG
An exploration into the issues impacting the public library and how design can support its changing role in...Gensler Research Institute
San Francisco’s Visitor Information Center. / Michael Townsend. There is something about the size and scale of a...Blog Archive
Not long ago, urban waterfronts were mostly populated with ships and cranes and metal containers that held troves of...Blog Archive
Let’s start with a riddle. What moves 3,600 people per hour, is completely silent, runs on renewable electricity...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
Gensler's annual Design Excellence Awards help helps set a standard that all our design teams can aspire to. The...dialogue BLOG
We documented the historical, political, legislative, and cultural impacts of designing gender-inclusive restrooms...dialogue BLOG
Restroom access affects everyone: people with medical needs or disabilities, caretakers, transgender people, parents...Blog Archive
Cadillac House. Photo: Eric Laignel. If 2016 taught us anything, it was that change is inevitable. As we kick off a...Blog Archive
Exploring the new frontiers for mass public transitGensler Research Institute
Citro?n C42 showroom, Paris. On a recent visit to Paris, while strolling down the Champs-élysées checking out the...Blog Archive
Cadillac House. Editor’s note: This Op-Ed originally appeared in Business of Fashion. Constant connectivity means...Blog Archive
To get more value from their real estate, sports venues are emulating mixed use.Dialogue Article
What have London & Tokyo got in common? Both are modern cities with Olympics experience. That AND the Gensler...Blog Archive
In Los Angeles, more land is dedicated to streets and parking than anywhere else in America. At 7,500 centerline...Blog Archive
BMO Field The iconic Camp Nou in Spain, the Maracan? in Brazil, Estadio Monumental in Argentina, Estadio Azteca in...Blog Archive
A view of the Ring, an education center of information and communication at the heart of the new Cashman Battery...Blog Archive
Gensler's Newport Beach office. Recently, several Gensler team members collaborated with International Interior...Blog Archive
This week brought the introduction of GPS technology capable of increasing accuracy of positioning from a few feet...Blog Archive
Gensler Principal Maddy Burke-Vigeland sat down with Art to talk about his experience as a student at Cornell, and...dialogue BLOG
Many perspectives shape leisure in the region. But there’s common ground in customers’ desire for a rich mix of...Dialogue Article
Jing An tower in Shanghai. China has undergone massive changes over the last 25 years, and nowhere is this more...Blog Archive
The subtle details of design can embody clients’ missions, motivations, heritage and history. Shown here: Fourth...Blog Archive
Engagement has become a big buzzword in the brand world. How is engagement defined? How is it measured? There can be...Blog Archive
Despite the sprawling nature of San Diego, our team chose to concentrate on the downtown core, not only because it...Blog Archive
The Town Square Initiative is a yearlong volunteer effort in which Gensler designers set out to unearth and...Blog Archive
Can department stores compete again? Many department stores currently sit on a precipice: sales are languishing...Gensler Research Institute
Over the past year Kathleen Jordan, a principal in Gensler’s New York office and leader in the firm’s Retail...Blog Archive
In the context of the continuing shock waves that reverberate through the world’s economy, competition between...Blog Archive
In 1916, Navy Pier was the only pier built of the original five called for in Daniel Burnham’s plan for the city of...Blog Archive
My travels took me to Buenos Aires last spring—I know, poor me—and during the trip I managed to squeeze in an early...Blog Archive
I believe luxury brands—companies like Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, and Chanel—achieve emotional...Blog Archive
SFO's Terminal 2 ushers in air travel's sustainable, passenger-friendly eradialogue BLOG
When Gensler began renovating San Francisco International Airport Terminal 2 (SFO T2), the design team strove to...Blog Archive
AKC’s mission is brought to life with an interactive museum experience that educates, engages, and entertains. NEW...Press Release
New York — Gensler is proud to announce that Maddy Burke-Vigeland (NY) and Roger Sherman (LA) were elevated to the...Press Release
Gensler is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Brinkmann Scholarship. Janet Chen, an undergraduate student...Press Release
Conceptual interiors have been unveiled for a solution to renovate the Palace of Westminster in less than six years...Press Release
A new temporary Houses of Parliament located on the River Thames provides a solution for the long overdue...Press Release
American Writers Museum ranked no. 1 among "the world’s 10 best new museums."In the Media
The Kaleideum museum, an interactive museum of arts, sciences, and exploration, reveals the design for its new...In the Media
Burke-Vigeland in The Wall Street Journal's museum review of The Clark, a sustainably designed art museum in...In the Media
The in-progress Broad Museum wins an Architect magazine 2014 Progressive Architecture Award.In the Media
The MoMA expansion enables the museum to display more artwork and accommodate more visitors.In the Media
Against all odds, a new museum has made it fun to visit old dog paintings and figurinesIn the Media
The Boston Globe features the long-awaited opening of the renovated Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, a...In the Media
Burke-Vigeland in The Artery on the renovated and expanded Clark Art Institute, a museum connecting its architecture...In the Media
The new interactive Kaleideum museum reveals plans for its new building that will create an exciting family...In the Media
Second edition of Traffic Museum launches in San Jose, Costa Rica, according to La NaciónIn the Media
Architectural Record offers a “first look” at The Broad Museum in Los Angeles.In the Media
All Dogged Up: At the American Kennel Club’s New MuseumIn the Media
Gensler is set to design a new stadium for Los Angeles Football Club, which will include a conference center...In the Media
2014 Apollo Awards – Museum Opening of the YearRecognition
The Wall Street Journal spotlights Shanghai Tower in museum show preview.In the Media
Jun Xia presents Shanghai Tower for the Skyscraper Museum’s “Shanghai Skyline”In the Media
Maddy Burke-Vigeland discusses the MoMA expansion.In the Media
The MoMA expansion made the Curbed New York list of the best New York City architecture of 2019In the Media
MoMA’s expansion by DS+R and Gensler prioritises connection.In the Media
Archinect highlights the New Museum’s plans to turn a warehouse into an incubator.In the Media
The Royal Institute of British Architects’ Journal highlights the history, renovation and collaboration involved in...In the Media
Maddy Burke-Vigeland discusses her career path, her work with mission-based institutions, and the importance of...In the Media
The New Museum's multidisciplinary incubator, NEW INC., is a Gensler project featured in Oculus.In the Media
ArchDaily highlights the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in its “Selected Works” section.In the Media
Burke-Vigeland in a Fast Company article featuring The Clark’s new sustainable water features.In the Media
The Wall Street Journal on the Met’s Costume Institute exhibit in New York, with Burke-Vigeland discussing digital...In the Media
The Shop at The Broad among “Three Museums with Outstanding Retail Spaces,” according to Interior DesignIn the Media
Upchurch in Hospitality Design on the community input involved in El Encanto’s restorationIn the Media
Robillard and Finn discuss the Las Vegas Shakespeare Company with Vegas SevenIn the Media
Ko and Albright in The Registry on HP’s Executive Center ushering in a “new day”In the Media
The New York Times reports on a hotel where the “art imitates Indianapolis”In the Media
Williamson, IIDA President, the subject of Interface’s “Designer Spotlight”In the Media
Winey envisions a future of “vertical cities” at TEDxConnecticutCollege.In the Media
The Skyscraper Museum’s Willis on Shanghai Tower in Architectural Record.In the Media
Exploring the top design trends in civic, educational, and cultural facilities — with a focus on mission-focused...
Exploring the top trends in digital experience design, such as real-time mapping and why smart cities should be...