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Sports venues are regional destinations that activate communities, generate revenue, and catalyze revitalization...Expertise
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Leading the firm’s Critical Facilities practice, Joost is a specialist in BIM and modern construction techniques...
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In addition to his role as a Design Director, Eric is the director of a studio focused on large-scale, mixed-use...
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Carolyn is a Studio Director in the firm’s D.C. office. She combines her almost 20 years of architecture and...
David brings more than 30 years of multi-disciplinary design and planning expertise to his experience-driven...
Benjy Ward is a Global Leader for Design Experience and a principal in Gensler’s Chicago office whose 20 years of...
Todd brings more than 25 years of experience as an architect, business strategist, and planner to his role as...
Todd is a Co-Managing Director of Gensler Austin. Under his leadership the office has grown from five professionals...
Based in Gensler’s Charlotte office, Kathleen has led award-winning projects for some of the retail industry’s...
Johnathan digs deep to uncover how an organization works, its business objectives, and ways the new environment can...
A Gensler Design Director and Principal, Alex’s relentless passion for art and design combined with his keen ability...
With more than 25 years of professional experience, Carlos has an extensive global portfolio of architectural...
Wes is an economist that employs real estate analysis, financial due diligence, and market assessments to help...
With more than 20 years of worldwide design experience, Shamim balances his global vision with the belief that...
J.F. is a global leader in Gensler’s Mixed Use & Retail Centers practice. He has devoted more than 30 years of...
Carlos excels at solving complex workplace challenges that impact client success. As a Principal in Gensler’s London...
Jim Shelton is a Managing Director and Design Director in Gensler’s San Antonio office. With more than 27 years of...
As the Northeast and Latin American Regional Legal Counsel, Allison is responsible for multiple offices across...
Todd has worked with technology companies, professional service companies, and top law firms to reimagine and...
As Regional Managing Principal for the Greater China Region, Xiaomei closely oversees the growth and development of...
With more than 30 years experience working for multiple design firms in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, Russell focuses...
Barry is a Principal and Studio Director in Gensler’s Dallas office and a Regional Mixed Use Practice Area Leader...
A versatile architect that continually finds new ways to innovate and create outstanding projects for our clients...
As Gensler’s Chief People Officer, Janine leads initiatives across our 46 global locations related to all aspects of...
As the Director of Global Client Relationships, Joan collaborates with firm leadership to develop a comprehensive...
Carlos is a Co-Managing Director of Gensler Miami, focusing on the growth and leadership of the office. He brings...
Paul brings expertise from more than 1.5 million square feet of constructed lab and technical workspace projects to...
Ian is a Design Director in Gensler’s Dallas office and a global leader in Repositioning & Landlord Services for the...
Making cities healthy is essential to urban planning today. There is no avoiding the research proving how planning...
Mixed-use environments unlock the possibilities of a diverse, urban lifestyle and breathe new life into cities.
These are the trends that Gensler designers and architects are focused on in the coming year to help our clients...
Modern cities can be built on time-honored principles and shaped by regional culture and local values, as...
Exploring the top trends in digital experience design, such as real-time mapping and why smart cities should be...
Rapid urbanization, demographic change, and the maturing digital age continue to challenge the spatial distribution...
The Coronavirus pandemic has forced organizations to flex and evolve, both in real-time and in the long-term. In...
Exploring the top design trends in office buildings, from workplace mobility to high-performance systems to mass...
Workplace Forecast: Liberated from old constraints, prepared to go where their talents are best supported, an urban...
To make a positive difference, we have to design for the needs of people first.
Community Forecast: Contemporary life’s disruptions and opportunities form the working agenda for cities and their...
Exploring the top trends in product development, such as the demand for sustainable materials, and inclusive and...
Exploring the top trends in technology companies, including coworking, the rise of big data, the humane workplace...
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Dense cities remain our best bet for providing opportunities and connections — if they’re designed to support...Dialogue Blog
Creating a tool to help urban planning projects address social and environmental impact without sacrificing...Gensler Research Institute
I like to think of myself as a nomadic architect. I've travelled around Asia for almost 30 years, doing work in many...Blog Archive
“I love my job!” – I am a very lucky person to be able to say this every day. As an urban designer, my job is to...Blog Archive
and Shawn Gehle What are the true limiters to future urban development? This proposition ignited CAPACITY, the...Blog Archive
By 2050, nearly 70 percent of the world’s population—some 6.29 billion people—will live in cities, according to data...Blog Archive
Cities like Los Angeles are becoming more attractive to corporate tenants who want to leverage the amenities...Blog Archive
TRANSFORMING THE URBAN EXPERIENCE THROUGH DESIGNDialogue Issue
As we approach a new normal for urban density, the cities that are best positioned for the future are evolving along...Dialogue Blog
We are witnessing global disruption at an unprecedented scale. But if we can live though disruptions as a new...Dialogue Blog
Investigating the evolution of office work, and its impact on the urban environment.Gensler Research Institute
In November 2012, as the Bay Area hosted Greenbuild—the world’s largest conference dedicated to sustainable...Blog Archive
Epidemics have shaped our cities for a long time. The key question in this moment is, how can we use what we’re...Dialogue Blog
Vibrant communities are the building blocks of our fast-paced, increasingly urban world. To help cities thrive...Dialogue Blog
We have an opportunity to provide a more fulfilling urban experience and to design for health, equity, and...Dialogue Blog
The current crisis raises serious questions that we’ll need to address before we get back to anything resembling...Dialogue Blog
A tool for gathering qualitative data about the urban realm.Gensler Research Institute
Willowbrook MLK Wellness Community Health Park. By the year 2050, a staggering 70 percent of the planet’s population...Blog Archive
In my last post on the connection between cities and health I outlined what I see as both an opportunity and a...Blog Archive
Both rural and urban settlements in India have exhibited a unique way of defining town squares. In many ways, the...Blog Archive
The pandemic is disrupting already fragile food supply chains. To ensure resilience and food security for the...Dialogue Blog
This post is part of a blog series related to Dialogue 30, "The Livability Issue.” As designers and planners, we...Blog Archive
Renegade tactical urbanists are courting respectability, partnering with communities to infuse functional urban...Blog Archive
How do we address the challenges presented by urban centers largely built in the building boom of post-World War II...Blog Archive
The Town Square Initiative is a yearlong volunteer effort in which Gensler designers set out to unearth and...Blog Archive
Gensler's David Zaidain speaks with Dan Emerine of the DC Department of Transportation and Maggie Gendron of Lime to...Dialogue Blog
A survey of cities using transit-served urban centers to spark renewal.Dialogue Article
The Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) recently celebrated the opening of its new...Blog Archive
The Shanghai Tower. Some of the most cutting-edge things going on behind-the-scenes in architecture today involve...Blog Archive
This post is part of a blog series related to Dialogue 30, "The Livability Issue.” As we wait to see the full...Blog Archive
“James John Jetel for Chicago Loop Alliance | jjjetel.com. As we wrap up another year of outdoor activities in...Blog Archive
It’s hard for many of us at Gensler Los Angeles to believe that we are about to hit our five year anniversary of...Blog Archive
Since World War II, urban renewal policies have played a significant role in shaping cities in the United States...Blog Archive
In the United States, it’s almost a point of faith that the bus riding experience will be subpar. While that may not...Dialogue Blog
As American society becomes more urban, we must work hard to eradicate racial segregation and create cities that...Blog Archive
The new pop-up garden at the London Underground's Barbican station. Every day we Londoners make our way through the...Blog Archive
How do we optimize parking in today’s and tomorrow’s cities?Gensler Research Institute
In 2011 Gensler research collaborated with the Urban Land Institute to identify the value of open spaces for both...Blog Archive
The sophisticated business of planning successful sports venuesDialogue Blog
Anyone’s who’s travelled to Chicago in the past few years has probably been exposed to The Chicago Loop Alliance’s...Blog Archive
As urban designers look to enhance quality of life for city dwellers in the face of densification, we need to look...Blog Archive
It is no secret that the global population is exploding, or that the majority of that growth is urban. Cities will...Blog Archive
A layer of technology isn’t what makes a city “smart.” The tech must be used for purpose — seeking to bring the...Dialogue Article
This issue discusses the role of design in creating the places where people live, work, and play in urban centers...Design Forecast
Envisioning a better urban future by redefining the Town SquareDialogue Blog
Not long ago, urban waterfronts were mostly populated with ships and cranes and metal containers that held troves of...Blog Archive
Pop-up, temporary, and semi-permanent public space projects have evolved past being mere experiments. They now form...Dialogue Blog
Future visions for aligning mobility and development – LA Forward. This post is part of a series, “What Makes My...Blog Archive
Confidential mixed-use project. This post is part of a series, “What Makes My City Livable?” on how cities make the...Blog Archive
This post is part of a series, “What Makes My City Livable?” on how cities make the experience of living more...Blog Archive
Gensler's London Underline won Best Conceptual Project at the 2015 London Planning Awards. As highlighted in the...Blog Archive
If there’s one area Costa Rica could improve upon, it’s the coexistence of its largest city San José with the...Dialogue Blog
Jason Pugh, the incoming president of the National Organization of Minority Architects and a practitioner at...Dialogue Blog
Gensler Singapore hosted a panel examining the impact that repositioning smart cities might have on a...Dialogue Blog
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
Gensler Oakland’s 3D model of Oakland. It’s no longer breaking news that the Bay Area is one of the most expensive...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
Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis” (courtesy of Flickr). Author and social critic Oscar Wilde observed that “Life imitates...Blog Archive
Image: Wikimedia. Driven by robust growth, New York’s Department of City Planning projected the city’s population to...Blog Archive
It's time to re-imagine the future of London. Gensler’s London office is situated within the City of London, or the...Blog Archive
The UK, London and the South East have, for many years, been the focus of the nation’s conversations around economic...Blog Archive
As we consider the future of cities, we must also be cognizant of the forces of change that will impact how we...Dialogue Blog
Cities across the country need more housing but aren’t building it. In California, this challenge has become a...Blog Archive
In April and May, Gensler made its first appearance at the La Biennale di Venezia (15th International Architecture...Blog Archive
This post is part of our series on Vibrant Communities. On June 11, I had the privilege of giving a TEDx talk, at...Blog Archive
In Los Angeles, more land is dedicated to streets and parking than anywhere else in America. At 7,500 centerline...Blog Archive
Jordan Berta. I see a picture of a girl sitting near New York City’s Highline, gazing out on an empty street. It’s...Blog Archive
Gensler’s Los Angeles office sits amidst bustling Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA)—a place that has undergone dramatic...Blog Archive
In my previous post, Autonomous Vehicles Part I: The Future Is Here, I discussed the exciting autonomous technology...Blog Archive
Partners HealthCare is planning to locate a new corporate campus in Boston's Assembly Row neighborhood. With more...Blog Archive
Town Square Los Angeles from Gensler LA on Vimeo. As a resident of Downtown Los Angeles, Gensler’s LA office is...Blog Archive
Urbanization is upon us, and in a somewhat ironic twist, many of the corporations providing solutions to the impact...Blog Archive
A few months ago, a fellow Gensler blogger raised this issue in relation to the workplace. The number of jobs...Blog Archive
The Center on Halsted Senior Housing, as conceived by Gensler. We’ve all heard the term “aging in place.” It...Blog Archive
Like previous epidemics, COVID-19 will transform the hospitality industry, altering how we live, work, and vacationDialogue Blog
From scooters to e-bikes, new modes of mobility are starting to reshape our streets.Dialogue Article
“Long as I remember, the rain been comin' down. Clouds of mystery pourin', confusion on the ground. Good men through...Blog Archive
The Market Street Prototyping Festival The city of San Francisco recently embarked on its inaugural Market Street...Blog Archive
Two recent Gensler research initiatives have harnessed the crowdsourced power of multiple cultural, geographic, and...Dialogue Article
The price tag for natural disasters is rising. Rives Taylor explains how real estate owners can develop resilient...Blog Archive
This article originally appeared in the Architects' Journal (subscription required). Hamburg is a city defined by...Blog Archive
In the context of the continuing shock waves that reverberate through the world’s economy, competition between...Blog Archive
Outdoor public gathering spaces fulfill a basic human need to be around people. With the pandemic keeping us...Dialogue Blog
For projects big and small, cracking the code of community outreach and public engagement has been a longstanding...Dialogue Blog
November marked the end of Summer on State Street. The highly acclaimed Gateway project was packed up and moved into...Blog Archive
Exploring the opportunities and realities of submerging big box retail centers to support rooftop farming.Gensler Research Institute
Can the town square be relevant in the 21st century? We can improve our cities by creating vibrant town squares that...Gensler Research Institute
Redesigning our cities through active community engagement.Gensler Research Institute
Gensler New York's The Guild. In a recent Financial Times article, Kate Allen chronicles the rush back into urban...Blog Archive
Work in the City is a yearlong initiative directed at key drivers redefining how the rapidly changing landscape of...Blog Archive
These new urban inhabitants are digital native residents of an established concrete jungle. We have learned that...Blog Archive
When cities are confronted by sudden deluges, our immediate response is to get rid of the offending water, fast. In...Blog Archive
Interior of the new Legacy Hall in Plano, Texas. . Cities and suburbs are constantly changing and 2017 served up...Blog Archive
What is the commercial value of open space? Property owners, developers, and investors are willing to pay a premium...Gensler Research Institute
Downtown San José’s thriving Farmer’s Market is just one example of the City’s increasing efforts to adapt existing...Blog Archive
WeWork’s co-working environment ?WeWork The shifting dynamics of the office has seen a recent proliferation of...Blog Archive
Why did PNC decide to build this project in this city? PNC is based in Pittsburgh, and they were looking for an...Blog Archive
DESIGNING CITIES FOR PEOPLEDialogue Issue
Many of our current workplaces are designed around connection, an important shift that unfolded over the past two...Blog Archive
Source: deposit photos Looking for a new home? What if I told you that a Passive House could reduce your annual...Blog Archive
Main Street in Chatham, Mass. With all the talk lately about global urbanization, vertical communities, and the role...Blog Archive
An award-winning plan to transform London’s experience of the ThamesDialogue Blog
Gensler Chicago hosted a conversation around formulating a collective vision for an economically thriving and...Dialogue Blog
Non-communicable diseases (NCD) are responsible for 63% of annual deaths, making them the leading cause of death...Blog Archive
Exploring the potential impact of modern manufacturing techniques on construction processes.Gensler Research Institute
From GPS-enabled electric scooters, to driverless cars, and even aerial ride-share services, disruptive mobility is...Dialogue Blog
This post is part of a series related to Uniting Healthcare + Community. In many places across the U.S., hospitals...Blog Archive
Ian Mulcahey takes a look inside Ice Watch Paris at COP21. Video ? Gensler COP21 is an international diplomatic...Blog Archive
The Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2014 highlighted the development industry’s response to a clarion call that’s...Blog Archive
Addressing sea level rise and major storms threats in vulnerable cities.Gensler Research Institute
Live, Work, Play developments will dictate the future of urban and suburban planning. Current development practices...Blog Archive
Cornell’s new Gensler-designed facilities in lower Manhattan, AAP NYC. Rendering ? Gensler With the recent...Blog Archive
A group of young architects and designers at Gensler Houston are proposing big, bold ideas for the future of their...Dialogue Blog
An "up-zoning" proposal to encourage building renovation and neighborhood revitalization.Gensler Research Institute
Converting neglected urban environments into healthy, resilient neighborhoods hinges on several factors. One such...Blog Archive
Analyzing what drives downtown resurgence and its surrounding areas.Gensler Research Institute
This blog post was originally published in HOTELS Magazine. Bottom line: Many important urban centers in the U.S...Blog Archive
"Incremental urbanism" is the idea that revitalization efforts in urban environments will only take hold if...Blog Archive
The Baby Boomers and their parents made home ownership a central component of the American Dream. Millennials are...Blog Archive
When developers choose adaptive reuse strategies over new builds, environmental advocates cheer.Dialogue Article
Today, the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) celebrates the opening of its new...Blog Archive
Despite the sprawling nature of San Diego, our team chose to concentrate on the downtown core, not only because it...Blog Archive
At the moment, everything we do has been dramatically upended, which is what has the hospitality industry rethinking...Dialogue Blog
What will your city look like in 2050? Peering into the future is a favorite exercise for planners and designers...Blog Archive
There’s been a LOT of talk about autonomous vehicles recently. Every automaker is promising a self-driving car...Blog Archive
On Feb. 4-6, residents in Oakland, Calif. (from children to adults) will be able to build the future design of the...Blog Archive
Research informed design yields creative, forward-thinking design solutions for people, businesses, and communities...Blog Archive
The lines between traditionally segregated cities and suburbs are blurring as the breakdown between the spatial...Blog Archive
Despite rising carbon dioxide emissions, we can still tackle global warming.Dialogue Blog
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
Gensler's vision for Cahuenga Crossing. Hollywood, as a federally defined Enterprise Zone, is critically lacking...Blog Archive
What strategies will keep stadiums viable? Successful stadium designs engage sponsors early, integrate tech...Gensler Research Institute
Densely populated urban areas are epicenters for greenhouse gas emissions, but the policies made by local...Dialogue Blog
Playa Jefferson, Looking through the Commons. In my last post, I attempted to define what designers mean when we say...Blog Archive
With so much square footage currently sitting empty in urban centers, we know that the future must be community...Dialogue Blog
Shanghai is one of 17 cities worldwide that recently hosted a walking tour focused on outdoor urban spaces...Blog Archive
Jing’An Temple, across West Nanjing Road from the lobby of Wheelock Square. On Thursday morning, I woke up and...Blog Archive
Alternative spaces have always been part of cities. These peripheral, unregulated, often temporary spaces host...Blog Archive
Gensler envisions London in 2050 for a summer-long exhibitionDialogue Blog
The Town Square Initiative is a yearlong volunteer effort in which Gensler designers set out to unearth and...Blog Archive
The current crisis has turned many long held community engagement best practices and expectations on their head. At...Dialogue Blog
In the face of the complex system of racial injustice, it can feel daunting to try to make a difference, but as...Dialogue Blog
Gensler’s Detroit office hosted a discussion on urban innovations and their impact on the future of a mobile...Dialogue Blog
The composed elegance of the 60-story One Museum Place in Shanghai's Jing'an District tells a story of breathtaking...Dialogue Blog
As more people turn to technology for their daily transactions, designers of mixed-use developments are focusing on...Dialogue Article
The Willis Tower is one of the world’s tallest buildings. At ground level, however, something is noticeably absent.Dialogue Blog
With 42 million inhabitants, set to grow to 120 million by 2050, China’s Pearl River Delta is experiencing...Blog Archive
Shuets Udono...Blog Archive
Shuets Udono Read this blog post in Japanese. Tokyo is the second largest city in the world. Futuristic, vibrant and...Blog Archive
The San Francisco Bay Area has a rich history of dreams, visions, seekers and creators. From the advent of the cable...Blog Archive
Open spaces – the parks and piazzas that give cities a sense of character and community – are in short supply. To...Dialogue Blog
This post also appears on Convene's blog. One way to understand the importance of well-designed commercial real...Blog Archive
A version of this post originally appeared on Jordan Goldstein's personal blog Growing up in the D.C. area in the...Blog Archive
The new front door for the Jeppesen Terminal at Denver International Airport. The problem with the buzz these days...Blog Archive
Before writing up my thoughts on the “Dubai Expo 2020” I had to do some thinking, reflect on all the noise leading...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
For nearly 25 years, Willis Tower (long known as the Sears Tower) held the distinction of being the world’s tallest...Blog Archive
Can design better support today’s active aging population? Today's aging population is anything but traditionally...Gensler Research Institute
On a normal day, Seattle’s Westlake Park is a bustling public plaza, traversed by tourists, shoppers, and commuters...Blog Archive
THE QUESTION OF THE CITY How will Houston accommodate 100,000 new residents annually for the next 10 years? What...Blog Archive
Denver and Seoul see airports keying economic growth and global standingDialogue Blog
This blog is part of a series, BoomTown, examining how we design communities for all ages. The evidence is...Blog Archive
What’s next for airport terminal design and planning? Keeping passengers moving is key for tomorrow’s...Gensler Research Institute
The transformation of community lifeDialogue Issue
The London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) should get gold themselves for organizing a showcase...Blog Archive
This year marks the 21st anniversary of the Gensler Design Excellence Awards (GDEA), a program that seeks to elevate...Dialogue Blog
The idea of sustainability, as we currently understand it, just doesn’t hold for the developing world.Dialogue Blog
Out of a passion to call the design shots and a desire to make the built world a better place, the Gensler young...Blog Archive
An exploration of factors that are likely to transform everyday life in ways that reshape its design and experience.Design Forecast
The skybridge at the ITC Colombo One luxury development in Sri Lanka will place a swimming pool and jazz lounge in...Blog Archive
Today’s society is more urban, digital and fast-paced than ever before. The downside of this is the overall loss of...Blog Archive
Here we are rapidly racing to the closing stages of the Olympics. It’s happening too fast with too much to absorb...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
Here are four strategies to create a public transit commute that prioritizes people’s safety and equity.Dialogue Blog
Gensler Costa Rica hosted a panel discussing how public-private partnerships can spur innovation, how buildings and...Dialogue Blog
An in-depth assessment of Japan's railway retail system to improve the user experience.Gensler Research Institute
Airports big and small are welcoming travelers with terminals that reflect their locale.Dialogue Article
Historically, New York commercial buildings have not needed to offer amenities to stand out. The city served as the...Blog Archive
This blog piece is based on a Q+A discussion held with Gensler designers Richard Jacob, Michaela Winter-Taylor and...Blog Archive
The new University of Kansas School of Business building marks a departure from the traditional design model – and...Blog Archive
As human beings, we often accept “the way things are” without questioning the reasons underlying the status quo...Blog Archive
Illumina’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Headquarters will promote scientific innovation through better...Blog Archive
The Tower at PNC Plaza. On October 1, The Tower at PNC Plaza opened to the public, completing a five year design and...Blog Archive
Video ? Gensler In 2013 Gensler launched a three-year initiative called Reimagining Cities aimed at prompting a...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 Town Square Initiative is a yearlong volunteer effort in which Gensler designers set out to unearth and...Blog Archive
Thrifting has become a staple for young people in urban enclaves. The appeal of putting a unique stamp on an outfit...Blog Archive
Over the past 70 years, the workplace has evolved slowly but surely. In the past 5 months, that evolution has...Dialogue Blog
The Galleria at White Plains. The retail center is a fascinating typology because it is metabolic and constantly...Blog Archive
Many industries rely heavily on data to inform business and design decisions. E-commerce sites track shoppers...Blog Archive
Can department stores compete again? Many department stores currently sit on a precipice: sales are languishing...Gensler Research Institute
Climate change has a direct impact on our health and wellbeing now and it will become only more acute in the future...Dialogue Blog
When Phil Washington took the helm of the LA Metro in 2015, he spoke about connecting transit-oriented communities —...Dialogue Blog
Exploring the new frontiers for mass public transitGensler Research Institute
The effects of climate change are increasingly evident — and urgent. What can we do to create resiliency and...Dialogue Blog
When people talk about the layout of Washington, D.C., they frequently mention the city’s heroic boulevards, iconic...Blog Archive
Gensler’s New York office hosted a discussion on how we can build a better, more equitable city for future...Dialogue Blog
This post is part of a series related to Uniting Healthcare + Community. Several months ago, my son fractured his...Blog Archive
At nearly 500-meters high, Suzhou Zhongnan Center represents a new paradigm for tall building design and vertical...Dialogue Blog
Here's how architects and designers can deliberately shape the built environment to further climate justice, combat...Dialogue Blog
With thoughtful resilience strategies, coastal cities can be part of the solution to deal with climate change.Dialogue Article
As cities grow, there’s an urgent need to provide residents with housing they can afford.Dialogue Article
Data and AI are being invisibly woven into everything around us. As we move towards an intelligence economy where...Dialogue Blog
What have London & Tokyo got in common? Both are modern cities with Olympics experience. That AND the Gensler...Blog Archive
As businesses eye a strategic and safe return to the office, here are the operational mechanisms they should...Dialogue Blog
Gensler’s Washington, D.C. office hosted a hyperlocal conversation focused on what the resilience challenge means...Dialogue Blog
If there’s one clear lesson from the recent National Climate Assessment, it’s that we need to anticipate and prepare...Dialogue Blog
A speculative proposal for Tokyo before, during, and after the 2020 Olympics.Gensler Research Institute
Digital Sizzle: Challenging Neighbourhood Perceptions. They say, “Charity begins at home,” not so much in the much...Blog Archive
After the new World and Olympic Records are inked in the books (albeit digitally), the athletes, media and visitors...Blog Archive
Introducing an advanced spatial analytics service that reveals the impact of design choices, visualizes behaviors...Dialogue Blog
Gensler’s Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver offices hosted a conversation on why human connection and experience will...Dialogue Blog
Gensler’s Beijing office hosted a panel discussion on topics ranging from social impact to connected cities.Dialogue Blog
To respond to the global need for more housing — and more affordable housing — we’re exploring ideas that include...Dialogue Article
This Class A office building (right) and five story empty warehouse (left) both sold for similar prices per square...Blog Archive
We need health and wellness systems that continue to give people more choice and we need those systems to flex and...Dialogue Blog
Gensler Charlotte hosted a discussion about critical issues of affordable housing and homelessness facing our...Dialogue Blog
Gensler Houston hosted a panel to discuss topics ranging from mobility, to climate change, and the future of...Dialogue Blog
The vision of aerial ridesharing presented at the 2019 Uber Elevate conference this week is a bold one that promises...Dialogue Blog
What does the explosive growth of shared electric scooters tell us about the changing dynamics of city life? And how...Dialogue Blog
Image Jeff Sheldon, unsplash.com This blog is part of a series, BoomTown, examining how we design communities for...Blog Archive
Gensler Philadelphia won the People’s Choice Award at the AIA National Convention's Parklet Design Competition....Blog Archive
The Garage at Northwestern, This year Pamela Delphenich (PD) led a series of conversations on key issues surrounding...Blog Archive
Having grown up listening to my mum’s controlled yoga counts of inhaling and exhaling while her children downed...Blog Archive
Reinventing the Workplace is a recurring blog series in which Gensler designers predict how the workplace will...Blog Archive
Video ? Gensler Topping out at 268 mph—a speed that can literally melt tires—the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is the...Blog Archive
University of Toronto civil and mineral engineering professor Shoshanna Saxe articulates some serious concerns about...Dialogue Blog
We can regain our city streets for people as the driverless car revolution takes hold. It's not too soon to get...Dialogue Article
Gensler is designing The Hub on Causeway, a dynamic mixed-use development of approximately 2,000,000 square 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
Our wholesale shift in live-work-play behaviors as a result of COVID-19 have provided us an opportunity to rebalance...Dialogue Blog
Creating a spatial prediction model to respond to shared, electric, and autonomous vehicles and their impact on the...Gensler Research Institute
This post is part of a blog series related to Dialogue 30, "The Livability Issue.” For many years, London and the...Blog Archive
This post is part of a series on the rise of healthcare accelerators, and fostering collaborative medicine through...Blog Archive
Well-designed supertall buildings like the Shanghai Tower, pictured on the right, can help reduce energy usage...Blog Archive
Gensler's annual Design Excellence Awards help propel the quality of design ideas and solutions we provide clients...Dialogue Blog
What if this was your workplace? Scottsdale Healthcare Healing Garden Project. . Reinventing the Workplace is a...Blog Archive
Here are seven tips for creating successful community outreach and connecting with your constituents during the...Dialogue Blog
What are the long-term implications that will change how we experience shopping and leisure destinations?Dialogue Blog
Gensler Denver hosted a discussion about challenges facing cities such as affordable housing, mobility, and climate...Dialogue Blog
Building upon our BoomTown framework to understand the essential elements for multigenerational communities.Gensler Research Institute
An exploration into the issues impacting the public library and how design can support its changing role in...Gensler Research Institute
Harbin Bank’s new headquarters in Beijing is both aesthetically pleasing and high performing. By maximizing natural...Dialogue Blog
As brands blend and the digital merges with the physical, a new type of convergence is defining the built...Dialogue Article
A deep dive into the changing German workplace and how they can improve productivity and satisfaction through...Gensler Research Institute
On the eve of the official inauguration of the Costa Rica Convention Center in Heredia— 10 kilometers northwest of...Blog Archive
Anthony G. Reyes As Herb Caen, San Francisco’s famous columnist once wrote, “It is hard to stay depressed in San...Blog Archive
Research is the fuel that drives innovation, and innovation is the cornerstone of design excellence. That’s the...Dialogue Blog
When it comes to the digital revolution’s impact on place, people are the prime movers.Dialogue Blog
Editor’s note: this blog is part of a series on 2016 tech trends. Employee well-being is a wise investment in a...Blog Archive
Exploring opportunities to address air pollution via design and architecture.Gensler Research Institute
Aligning business, community, and design processes for maximum impact.Gensler Research Institute
Medical travel is a growing trend, as increasingly, more people are traveling to seek care. Anyone who’s ever...Blog Archive
Documenting strategies to improve government relations in emerging markets.Gensler Research Institute
Anyone who has ever stepped into a luxury spa or resort knows that hospitality is more than expensive products...Blog Archive
This post is part of a series on the rise of healthcare accelerators, and fostering collaborative medicine through...Blog Archive
To get more value from their real estate, sports venues are emulating mixed use.Dialogue Article
The rooftop conference center at the American Psychological Association's D.C. office. “Oh, wow!” I’ve overheard...Blog Archive
Digital Revolution @ Barbican Last year Gensler London’s Education and Culture practice area hosted its first...Blog Archive
The reflecting pool at the Clark. Photo ? Gensler, Chris Leonard Photographer When visitors arrive at The Sterling...Blog Archive
How do large companies manage their real estate assets to support an international workforce? Three CRE leaders in...Dialogue Article
Can existing buildings adapt to stay relevant? In established markets like the United States, the future of office...Gensler Research Institute
How leisure grabs us with experienceDialogue Issue
The University of Chicago may be best known for its ivied quadrangles and collegiate gothic building stock, but it...Blog Archive
The recent surge in wildfires and hurricanes we’re experiencing now are a wake-up call for climate action. Here are...Dialogue Blog
The current pandemic has proven that hotels can play a variety of essential roles in times of crisis.Dialogue Blog
After Gensler staff members in the Asia Pacific and Middle East region began working from home, we launched a survey...Dialogue Blog
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, in China we are slowly experiencing the next step: going back to work. Here's...Dialogue Blog
What will mixed-use and public places look like after this pandemic?Dialogue Blog
Gensler’s New Jersey office hosted a panel discussion on topics ranging from social equity, to new modes of...Dialogue Blog
As work increasingly happens anywhere, what are companies doing to get people to come in to the workplace?Dialogue Article
A city's brand originates from the people who make its neighborhoods rich with personality, values, and promises...Dialogue Blog
If New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has his way, the Big Apple will go in an entirely different direction with its...Dialogue Blog
We investigated how the U.S. Postal Service can best use its existing real estate to further its mission in the...Gensler Research Institute
Global carbon emissions reached a record high in 2018. As the math of climate action suggests a growing gap between...Dialogue Blog
Gensler is creating a new type of connected workplace using building software and sensors, and it’s transforming...Dialogue Article
Now in its 18th year, the Gensler Design Excellence Awards (GDEA) program sets a standard that all our design teams...Dialogue Blog
This blog is part of a series, BoomTown, examining how we design communities for all ages. “As a society, we tend to...Blog Archive
Why the future of health and wellness is human-centric and localized.Dialogue Article
One Museum Place, Shanghai. . Extraordinary technological advances have taken tall buildings to new heights, quite...Blog Archive
Your zip code is a big prediction of your overall health. Community provided health care like Chicago’s Cook County...Blog Archive
Confidential Financial Services Firm, Photography by Christopher Barrett, This post is part of a series of blog...Blog Archive
This post is part of a series on the rise of healthcare accelerators, and fostering collaborative medicine through...Blog Archive
Blackstone Residence Hall, This post is part of our series on Vibrant Communities. Several months ago we wrote about...Blog Archive
Very rarely does one gain the opportunity to design a project whose mission is so critical to future generations and...Blog Archive
The Legacy West development in Plano, Texas. Before joining Gensler I worked for a number of years almost...Blog Archive
The Songhu-Sanmen Rd Pedestrian Bridge, Shanghai. As I reflect back on my 25 years with Gensler and the 50th...Blog Archive
Gensler's schematic design for a new residential community on a 40-hectare site near Hyderabad, the capital of...Blog Archive
Flip the Clinic is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation project invented to transform the patient – clinician...Blog Archive
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 2015 Design Forecast highlights the industry trends that will shape design in the year ahead. They reflect six...Design Forecast
Maddy Burke-Vigeland, Gary Hilderbrand, Tadao Ando and Annabelle Selldorf at the grand re-opening of the Clark Art...Blog Archive
Jing An tower in Shanghai. China has undergone massive changes over the last 25 years, and nowhere is this more...Blog Archive
Our 2014 Design Forecast highlights the trends that will shape design in the coming decade. They reflect six big...Design Forecast
Communities in the Future TenseDialogue Issue
What’s ahead for design in 2013? Our newest publication, Gensler Design Forecast, taps the collective intelligence...Design Forecast
The short film Network_LA Transit is a conceptual design response by Gensler Los Angeles to an open invitation by...Blog Archive
AEG selects Gensler to design proposed football stadium at L.A. LIVEDialogue Blog
When Gensler began renovating San Francisco International Airport Terminal 2 (SFO T2), the design team strove to...Blog Archive
Taylor discusses how to leverage real estate to achieve climate goals, in Urban LandIn the Media
Gensler Dallas architects discuss the role of corporations in reversing urban sprawl, in Metropolis.In the Media
Cities & Urban Design Leader Andre Brumfield says Chicagoans may migrate to other Midwestern cities, rather than the...In the Media
Conway discusses transitioning building design to a future of compact, driverless carsIn the Media
Gensler Cities & Urban Design Leader Ian Mulcahey discusses how the 15-minute city will transform the workplace as...In the Media
Gensler Co-CEO Diane Hoskins was featured in a session, "The Great Urban Do-Over," as part of the Bloomberg New...In the Media
Co-CEO Andy Cohen shares perspective on the paradigm shifts that will impact the workplace, urban landscape, and...In the Media
Developer plans to transform old O.C. Register site into a ‘mini urban city.’In the Media
Cohen on designing for the driverless ageIn the Media
Co-CEO Hoskins: How Smart Cities Can Make the World BetterIn the Media
Goldstein on how Gensler's Olympic plan for Washington, D.C. can be used to better the city, in The Washington Post.In the Media
Gensler's Carlos Cubillos discusses the rise of mega-cities and “constructing the city of the future” in GW Planet...In the Media
Bill Hooper discusses Gensler's design solution to ease the dense crowds of visitors in Makkah, in Fast CompanyIn the Media
The Washington Post features Gensler Washington, D.C.'s parklet, "parKIT," design concept.In the Media
Mulcahey and Swinhoe discuss Gensler’s proposed design for floating building on the River Thames to house MPs while...In the Media
Hooper discusses Gensler's redesign of Makkah (Mecca) to ease overcrowding along the route to the ancient holy city...In the Media
Gensler partners with the city of San Jose to create tiny home village for the homeless.In the Media
Gensler's Rob Jernigan explains how Metropolis will transform downtown Los Angeles in CNN InternationalIn the Media
Gensler leaders weigh in on the future of cities.In the Media
Andy Cohen in Forbes: Mobility, Robocars, EVs, Drones Sparking Radical Architectural DesignsIn the Media
Giving The Streets Back To People: A Guide To Mobility DesignIn the Media
The culture of choice is changing how we build future cities.In the Media
Gensler's Andre Brumfield and Dylan Jones explain why the pandemic may accelerate the creation of the 20-minute city...In the Media
Smart Cities Dive explores rethinking the 15 or 20-minute city as the pandemic and protests against systemic racism...In the Media
The London Underline project wins Best Conceptual Project at the London Planning Awards, according to Fast CompanyIn the Media
Commercial Observer includes Co-CEO Andy Cohen in a feature on how cities are rethinking their use of public spaces...In the Media
Gensler's Rives Taylor: Urban designers look to nature as solutions for flood-prone citiesIn the Media
CNBC interviews Gensler Cities & Urban Design Leader Andre Brumfield on the "15-minute city" and the future of...In the Media
Cities & Urban Design Leader Andre Brumfield discusses how the coronavirus is sparking the comeback of the...In the Media
Co-CEO Andy Cohen explains how smart density is city wellness in a Forbes feature.In the Media
Gensler's Diane Hoskins discusses a Reebok collaboration that envisions the adaptive reuse of gas stations to create...In the Media
Gensler's Rives Taylor: The cities of the 21st century will be defined by waterIn the Media
Gensler's John Bricker highlights the design behind the Cadillac House, which embodies urban cool, in Interior...In the Media
Art Gensler in the Cornell Chronicle on helping his alma mater create a robust New York City presence through the...In the Media
Amtrak selects development team to partner in Baltimore Penn Station redevelopmentIn the Media
Co-CEO Andy Cohen discusses driverless cars and commercial real estate in the Los Angeles Times.In the Media
Co-CEO Andy Cohen discusses the impact of driverless cars on the future of parking and cities.In the Media
Co-CEO Cohen on the end of parking lots as we know themIn the Media
Metropolis among "8 remarkable skyscrapers and mega-projects that will debut in American cities in 2018."In the Media
Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Medical Center Campus master plan, a catalyst to create a community of health and...In the Media
Gensler’s proposal to reimagine Washington D.C. in 2050 highlighted in Washingtonian.In the Media
NPR spotlights Gensler Washington, D.C.'s parklet, "parKIT," design concept.In the Media
Gensler's Andre Brumfield reflects on how the pandemic could impact residential building design, including making...In the Media
M Station mix-used development in Morristown signs major tenant lease.In the Media
Brumfield discusses the present and future of Oakwood ShoresIn the Media
Co-CEO Diane Hoskins on reducing emissions through innovative designIn the Media
Mulcahey discusses Gensler’s proposed design for floating building on the River Thames to house MPs while Palace of...In the Media
The London Underline concept to turn unused train lines into pedestrian bike paths and retail space is covered in...In the Media
2015 London Planning Awards – Best Conceptual ProjectRecognition
The Chicago Tribune features future affordable housing for senior LGBT.In the Media
Architect highlights Gensler’s 2014 AIA Young Architect Award winners Frantom, Schwamel and VitaleIn the Media
Chicago’s new LGBTQ senior housing project at the Center on Halsted was featured in Inhabitat.In the Media
Oculus interviewed Gensler Design Director David Epstein, who discussed COVID-19's impact on the design of public...In the Media
2019 Best of Design Awards winners for Unbuilt — ResidentialIn the Media
Seglie discusses Gensler’s design for MOTO mixed-use apartment building in Interior Design.In the Media
Benjy Ward highlights Gensler’s vision to convert the Milwaukee Post Office into a vibrant mixed-use development in...In the Media
CNN International highlights the Metropolis condo complex in a video segment looking at investment and development...In the Media
Best Office InteriorRecognition
Hand discusses placemaking and the evolution of mixed-use in Dallas Fort Worth Real Estate Review.In the Media
Mixed Use Leader Duncan Paterson reflects on how the pandemic is impacting retail, and explains why "creating...In the Media
Gensler leading effort to take Town Center at Boca Raton to next level.In the Media
The Denver Post highlights Gensler’s design for Glendale 180, a new entertainment, retail and leisure district in...In the Media
Shanghai Tower was featured in a Forbes story on how China is redefining walkable urbanism.In the Media
Architect on the competion-winning “resilient design” to rebuild the RockawaysIn the Media
Shanghai Tower one of the Skyscraper Museum’s pearls in e-OculusIn the Media
Shaikh discusses why Birmingham is a city with potentialIn the Media
London mayor appoints Aso among 50 design advocates to reimagine London’s futureIn the Media
Gensler is listed #3 in Glassdoor's blog post "9 Companies We're Excited About in 2017"In the Media
Gensler leads in revenue for the 5th year running on Architectural Record's Top 300 Firms listIn the Media
The methodology behind Forbes "America's Best Employers 2016" list is featured, a list in which Gensler ranks #74In the Media
In celebration of Gensler's 50th anniversary, Interior Design magazine's November issue focuses exclusively on...In the Media
South Philly Review reports on the newly renovated Lincoln Financial Field, the stadium for the NFL’s Philadelphia...In the Media
The New York Times features the Denver International Airport Westin in article on airport hotelsIn the Media
The Houston Chronicle reports on top luxury brands opening in Houston’s River Oaks DistrictIn the Media
WTTW's “Chicago Tonight” interviews Tribune critic Kamin on his series connecting Chicago architects to China’s...In the Media
Architecture Minnesota finds Gensler Minneapolis “making the most of its high-visibility location”In the Media
The Construction Index interviews Mulcahey on plans for London Britannia AirportIn the Media
Denver International Airport in a designboom featureIn the Media
Forbes.com features a fireside chat with Art Gensler on the subject of learningIn the Media
Development plans for Tipner West have progressed further than ever before as Portsmouth City Council hosted an...Press Release
World’s largest architecture, design and planning firm leads discussion on building performance and CO2 emissions in...Press Release
LONDON – Landsec and Gensler have secured a detailed planning application for the repositioning of Portland House in...Press Release
NEW YORK, NY — Gensler announced that another four of its leading architects were elevated to the American Institute...Press Release
New York — Gensler is proud to announce that Maddy Burke-Vigeland (NY) and Roger Sherman (LA) were elevated to the...Press Release
Wapping-based architecture and design firm Gensler celebrates success with the opening of British Land’s first...Press Release
The Project Is the First in Colorado to Achieve This Distinction DENVER, COLORADO – June 4, 2020 – Gensler today...Press Release
BOSTON, MA (November 15, 2019) – Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined Boston Properties, Delaware North and members...Press Release
Celebrating its 10th year, the Scholarship honors the work of promising architecture students from under-represented...Press Release
NEW YORK — Gensler is proud to announce that five of its leading architects were elevated to the American Institute...Press Release
Legacy West is a walkable neighborhood of residential, boutique office, dining, retail, and entertainment...
Gensler’s Planning & Urban Design Group is working with the city of Detroit to create a comprehensive revitalization...
As the lead strategic planning consultant for California College of the Arts (CCA), Gensler developed a...
The Avenues is a new retail concept inspired by the great cities of the world, developed as a collaboration between...
New York City is expected to exceed 9 million residents by 2030. How can urban design help a city like New York that...
Illumina’s new European HQ at Granta Park puts people and ecosystems at the helm of its innovative landscape plan...
Gensler won the design and planning competition to create this groundbreaking mixed-use development. The project...
Anticipating the rise of “smart cities” that use artificial intelligence, connected autonomous transportation...
A partnership of the Glasgow City Council, Scottish Enterprise and South Lanarkshire Council appointed Gensler to...
TMC3, a world-class translational life science campus, assembles the Texas Medical Center’s 53 institutions in one...
Seeking to activate and enhance the vitality of the Adams Street corridor, the City of Phoenix engaged Gensler to...
As rising sea levels and unpredictable storm surges threaten the future of Hong Kong, Gensler introduced a new...
Anchoring downtown Austin, the Convention Center and Hilton Austin Hotel straddle a busy street that handles a high...
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is in the process of constructing the new Central Subway...
Burlingame Point is one of the largest office development projects in the history of the San Francisco Peninsula...
The Rivertown Warehouse District is designed as an urban getaway for residents and visitors alike — a community...
Columbia College Chicago’s five-story, 114,000-square-foot student center is the first on its expansive urban campus...
With the highest population of its 2,000-year history, London is having to think creatively about maximizing the...
Serving as Downtown Cleveland’s first transit oriented development, the Cleveland Warehouse District master plan...
Designing a Healthy LA is the first city document to address the physical environment's impact on the health and...
To meet the area’s changing needs, Gensler’s vision in redeveloping this nondescript 1980s suburban office campus is...
The DIFC Authority commissioned Gensler to create a comprehensive master plan for the city’s rapidly expanding...
After the city identified Al Maryah Island as its new financial center, Gensler created a master plan and...
Gensler led a top-finishing competition consortium of architects, urban designers and environmental engineers in the...
This premier entertainment, retail and leisure experience just south of Denver is an ambitious mix of premium...
This public-private partnership is transforming 35 acres of land at the Port of Los Angeles into an ocean-side...
After successful completion of the competition to design the new Bogotá International Convention Center (Agora...
Gensler’s master plan aims to re-define a whole district of Birmingham as the UK’s premium business, tourist and...
In conjunction with Architekton, Gensler designed this new academic hybrid facility, merging four distinct user...
The Manchester Pacific Gateway development celebrates San Diego as a dynamic cosmopolitan city and enhances the...
As development projects enroached upon the original Camp Strake, a beloved 70-year-old camp facility, the Boy Scouts...
The Chicago Housing Authority commissioned Gensler to develop a 10-year vision for Oakwood Shores, a mixed-income...
Gensler created a master plan for Harold Ickes Homes, a former public housing high-rise located in Chicago’s South...
Engaged by Cobalt Partners and the City of West Allis, Wisconsin, Gensler crafted a master plan in the city’s...
Metropolis is a mixed-use development consisting of residences, hotel and retail in the heart of downtown Los...
Hejaz Residential District forms part of the King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), a new city located 100 km (62...
This public-private partnership looks to turn an under-performing transit-adjacent site into a vibrant...
Gensler provided robust building repositioning services for not-for-profit TIAA CREF to improve 685 Third Avenue’s...
As the City of Sandy Springs approached its 10-year anniversary, it began to look ahead to the next decade of...
The Vision Plan for South Main Street is a collaboration between Gensler and UC Irvine. Riddled with vacant stores...
This transit-oriented master plan aims to attract and support high-tech companies seeking a dynamic, vibrant and...
This three-tower, mixed-use commercial development was designed to fit its prominent Hangzhou location. In a planned...
For both Gensler and partner Mahan Rykiel Associates Landscape Architects, the success of Eager Park rested on...
After winning an international design competition, Gensler was appointed to lead the design of this mixed-use...
Kunming’s Dianchi Lake has suffered from industrial and agricultural pollution for decades. Its clean-up became an...
As headquarters for systemwide operations of the University of California, UCOP was facing increasing pressure to...
The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority commissioned Gensler to prepare a strategic master plan for Saadiyat Island, Abu...
Gensler won the commission to prepare a long-term development strategy for an 11-kilometer stretch along the...
Located on the south edge of the Huangpu River on the north end of Pudong's Lujiazui district, the planned...
The plan for this high-end, mixed-use cultural district was developed both to continue the contextual water system...
Anticipating a global shift to clean and renewable energy, the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy...
Gensler took a pioneering approach with its proposal for a new river park, designed to use a system of pontoons...
As lead consultant, design architect and executive architect for Phases 2 and 3 of the 31-hectare Downtown Doha...
Willowbrook MLK Wellness Community is a broad-based health and wellness center that seeks to transform medical care...
Realizing its need to grow, while preserving its historic core, St. Petersburg is reclaiming 450 hectares of prime...
One of nine flagship zones overlooking the Straits of Johor between Malaysia and Singapore, the Iskandar Financial...
The reimagining of Pershing Square creates an opportunity to study of the power of an idea to instigate engagement...
Just west of Shanghai, this five-building complex is a model of sustainable development, organized around a vast...
Among the most affluent and admired destinations in Atlanta, the Buckhead area is widely recognized as the...
On a site nestled between Mumbai’s main rail line, its major transportation corridor, and the largest national park...
Based on the success of lifestyle destination developments in the Middle East, Gensler was approached by Al Tayyar...
Amtrak has selected Gensler as part of the Penn Station Partners team — a Baltimore-based team with global expertise...
The Culver Studios, an icon of the movie industry, began operations in 1918. Since then, it has been home to a range...
Global Seawater, Inc. (GSI) formed in February 2007 with the pioneering vision of rethinking the planet’s energy and...
As part of the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration’s Strong Cities, Strong Communities...
Gensler partnered with the official Washington 2024 team to craft a proposal to be the United States bid city for...
Crain Communications sought Gensler’s expertise in relocating and consolidating its New York office with a greater...
On the corner of Broadway and 11th Street in downtown Oakland is the Key System Building, a seven-story classic...
In the highly competitive world of innovation and commercialization, people aspire to work, learn, share and live in...
The Airport Hotel and Transit Center program aims to reinvent the way Denver International Airport (DEN) connects to...
The View at Tysons is a proposed development in Tysons, Virginia, highlighted by an iconic tower that would be the...
Costa Rica’s first convention center is a much-needed amenity in a country that pioneered eco-tourism. This...
George Washington University transforms an underutilized downtown site with a new 250,000-square-foot speculative...
“The New Two” is the client’s moniker for the reinvention of this Philadelphia icon. Working with Gensler, Coretrust...
The new European headquarters for DNA-sequencing industry leader Illumina is designed to accommodate the company’s...
Newly opened for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, Incheon Terminal 2 is designed to surpass all current...
With many of its leases nearing expiration, Massachusetts’ leading healthcare network and largest private employer...
The Star is a multi-use development located approximately 30 miles north of Dallas. The 25-acre cornerstone of this...
The Dry Creek Building brings together key business partners in a common location and is designed to help drive...
This new business center reflects the global nature and entrepreneurial spirit of the college’s students, while...
Enlisted to design the first pilot development in the Qianhai New Development Zone in Shenzhen, Gensler worked to...
The Beacon Institute’s global center for the study and conservation of waterways is housed in this LEED? Gold...
With the opportunity to build a campus from the ground up, Lone Star College-CyFair leaders aimed to craft a new...
Gensler’s Newport Beach office fuses elements of the modern beach house and the Pacific outdoors to provide a rich...
In building Sigma Business Center (SBC), Gensler designed a building that would—from every standpoint—be the most...
After acquiring land and buildings, this independent K-12 day school turned to Gensler for both strategic and phased...
The Clinic treats 4.6 million patients a year through 26 health institutes, and its medical records (which are...
Serving 750 pre-K through 5th grade students, this environmental sciences magnet school showcases sustainability...
The 2025 Master Plan illustrates a best-case scenario for the public/private development of downtown Houston’s...
For years, Navy Pier existed as Chicago’s warm-weather playground and largest family-friendly tourist draw. To...
To initiate a $1.3 billion airport modernization program, Gensler composed a master plan encompassing a new Terminal...
This state-of-the-art, LEED?-NC Gold-certified building, designed to withstand an EF-3 tornado, provides a secure...
Situated on Princeton’s Forrestal campus, this 47,000 square-foot project is the new home to powerful research...
The design and documentation of this two-story, 65,000-square-foot facility were completed using BIM modeling...
Data center requirements often consign design to a box — typically a windowless one. Rather than conform to...
Tokyo-based architects SANAA partnered with Gensler to realize this competition-winning design for the 52,000...
The renowned furniture designer and manufacturer’s European headquarters combines office and showroom space to...
This Gensler-designed call center enables the client to be an employer of choice, while providing superior service...
The final piece of the client's three-facility construction program, this state-of-the-art data center will be among...
Reflecting a new paradigm for Korean commerce, this 150,000-square-meter headquarters is home to four major TV...
Targeting LEED? Gold certification, this project serves as the prototype of the client’s next-generation data center...
A proposed restoration of the Palaces of Westminster would require total decantation of the building for an...