Gensler and the not-for-profit 826 National are creating informal learning environments where students can sharpen their expository and creative writing skills.
Our firm's design for a temporary place of worship at Notre-Dame is intended to offer a beacon of hope to Parisians and international visitors alike, while the 850-year-old cathedral is being restored. It will allow for public mass, as well as other events, for as many years as necessary. We have offered the design as a gift to the city of Paris.
The ideal office is neither open nor private. It’s both.
From incubating new ideas to addressing climate change, workplace design is shaping the future of cities and making the world a better place.
Growing a creative company requires a management style that emphasizes diversity and encourages a willingness to experiment even within the premise of productivity, writes Gensler Co-CEO Diane Hoskins.
At Gensler, we put people first. Nowhere does that shine through stronger than in our model for Community Impact.
Mobility has a profound effect on how people experience a city. Gensler’s CitySpace concept for Uber’s Skyport Mobility Hub uses the promise of Aerial Ridesharing to improve urban mobility, thereby reclaiming city streetscapes for people and reducing the amount of time commuters spend in transit.
ADA compliant products are often visually dispiriting, and millwork pulls are no exception. To address this issue, the Gensler Inclusion Hub designed Everyone Millwork Pulls, a collection of six stainless steel and wood millwork pulls that prove inclusive design need not exclude style.
The state of California recently released new Net Zero Energy code revisions, which should spur the design and construction of the greatest concentration of energy efficient buildings on the planet.
Technology alone doesn’t make a city “smart.” Smart cities use tech to serve people and enrich the urban experience for residents and visitors alike.