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  • Airports have become much more than centers of transportation. They are user-driven ecosystems — operating as small cities with their own authentically local experiences. Check out the latest trends Shaping the Future of Aviation.

    Design Forecast: Aviation | Gensler

    As airports expand and gain importance in their locales, they've become much more than centers of transportation. They have become destinations in their own right - operating as small cities with their own authentically local experiences. See more of the top trends in Gensler's Design Forecast.

  • Gensler’s Design Forecast explores the trends shaping cities around the globe and the many ways those trends are influencing people and human experience.

  • The most innovative office design of the year!! Fast Company honored our firm’s eco-friendly design solution for the Shaw Create Centre with a 2019 Innovation by Design award. Congratulations to the team and to the client!

    The most innovative office design of the year is in Cartersville, Georgia

    Cartersville, Georgia, population 20,978, may be a surprising place to find a major corporate innovation hub, but one architecture firm's creative approach to housing a bustling workplace in a rural Southern landscape proves that sometimes more room allows for greater design freedom.

  • Gensler is doubling down on its commitment to combat climate change. Today, we announce our commitment—and our challenge to the entire design industry—to meet an ambitious goal: the elimination of all greenhouse gases associated with the built environment.

    Doubling Down on Our Commitment to Resilience | Dialogue Blog | Research & Insight | Gensler

    With hundreds of millions of square feet of buildings and interior design projects in the pipeline annually, we believe our impact and role in reducing energy demand is critical. That's why we're announcing the Gensler Cities Climate Challenge with an ambitious goal for the entire design industry: eliminate all greenhouse gases associated with the built environment.

  • Hot off the press!! The 2019 Design Forecast provides insight into the most pressing design and real estate trends affecting global industries while detailing all the ways Gensler is Shaping the Future of Cities with an unwavering focus on human experience. Download your copy today!

    Introducing Design Forecast | Gensler

    Design for Human Experience Our vision to Create a Better World Through the Power of Design comes to life through our breadth, diversity, and innovative design strategies. That vision is driven by design excellence, our practice areas, our valued relationships with clients, and our global reach.

  • By providing things like large open floor plates, indoor-outdoor transitions, open sightlines, and bridges and stairs between floors, designers can create connected experiences that encourage new ideas.

    The New Shape of Building Design | Dialogue 34 | Gensler

    As businesses continue to search for creative work environments that can foster ideas and innovation through a strong sense of community, architects and designers are playing an increasingly important role. According to data and insights uncovered by the Gensler Research Institute, people are more creative and productive when they have better physical connections with coworkers and more opportunities for chance encounters.

  • More than half of the world’s 7 billion people live in urban areas. That’s why we believe human experience is the driving force behind how we shape our future cities.

    Trends Shaping the Future of Cities | Gensler

    How, when, and where we work is increasingly redefining the workplace. It requires a human-centered design approach to meet the needs of a changing workforce and include people of all abilities.

  • Organizations are attracting the best talent by creating workplaces that boost innovation with great work experiences.

    Giving Talent What They Want | Dialogue 34 | Gensler

    With U.S. and U.K. unemployment rates at their lowest points in nearly a half-century and a global human talent shortage of more than 85 million people projected by 2030, according to the consulting firm Korn Ferry, the global competition for talent is at an all-time high.

  • Our Co-CEO Andy Cohen recently put pen to paper to discuss the opportunity designers have to take city streets back for people!

    Giving The Streets Back To People: A Guide To Mobility Design

    The car industry as we know it is changing. Peak car is on the horizon; automobiles are predicted to become largely obsolete by 2035, and two-thirds of Americans expect most cars to be driverless in the next half-century. In the wake of this transportation revolution is a new mobility renaissance that is impacting our world.

  • We are thrilled that Architectural Digest included the Shanghai Tower and The Broad in its list of buildings that have redefined architecture over the past five years. It’s an honor to deliver exceptional projects on behalf of our clients.

    These 13 Buildings Redefined Architecture in the Past 5 Years

    From Santiago Calatrava's Oculus to the Louvre Abu Dhabi by Jean Nouvel, these structures go above and beyond their vertical height in redefining the ever-changing world of architecture The design of office buildings, museums, airports, train stations, and homes, can't always be revolutionary.

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