Gensler: 10 Amazing Design Projects – Gensler is one community, united by its commitment to holistically improving the human experience. Guided by determined optimism, they can use the power of design to spark positive change and create a future that promotes equity, resilience, and wellbeing for everyone. Their global team is reimagining the future of cities as unprecedented challenges drive us towards a critical, yet hopeful, time of transformation. Their purpose is to create a better world through the power of design, which comes to life across their 28 practice areas, client relationships, a global network of leaders, and a diversity of talent. Get to know more about them in this article by The Most Expensive Homes blog.
The Pixel Factory intends to encourage and support the growth of innovation across all levels of the business. It was conceived with the aim of creating an environment that encourages people to connect with people, in a comfortable, flexible, and intuitive fashion.
Centered around the relationship between humans and dogs, the American Kennel Club’s (AKC) Museum of the Dog activates the AKC’s mission with a visitor experience that educates, engages, and entertains. The architectural design was created to support the museum’s extensive collection of canine-related art and artifacts.
Conceived from the inside out, Gensler, the collaborating design architect in association with Heerim Architects, created a building that calms, refreshes, entertains, and excites passengers while encouraging them to engage with Korean culture.
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With these sophisticated, new sister restaurants, the client plans to revitalize the ballpark district in downtown Houston and provide essential dining and entertainment space for visitors and residents.
Gusto’s new home at Pier 70 tells a story about history, community, and relationships. The company, which was started in the CEO’s house, approached Gensler to design their new San Francisco headquarters with the direction to maintain a residential feel for their staff.
In designing its new headquarters, Microsoft wanted to break down barriers and find new ways of working to empower employees, optimize operations, and engage customers, whilst integrating 2,000 employees into one location.
In collaboration with Boston Properties and Delaware North Companies, Gensler is designing a dynamic, mixed-use development of approximately 2 million square feet that will occupy the site of the original Boston Garden.
The completion of the Westin DEN Hotel and Transit Center is the final piece and a crucial step toward the realization of DEN’s original 1989 master plan.