With 50 offices in Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and the Americas, Gensler is a global architecture, design, and planning firm. The firm, which was founded in 1965, now has over 3,500 active clients in almost every industry. Gensler thinks that the power of design can inspire good change and create a future that supports equity, resilience, and wellbeing for all, guided by resolute optimism.
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It also works in fields such as planning and urban design, branding, environmental graphic design, mission-critical facilities, sustainable design consulting, and others. The corporation employs about 4,800 individuals in 46 offices across 16 countries as of 2015. Mexico City and Sydney are Gensler’s newest offices.
Interior areas for living and working are designed by Gensler. Interior performance, they argue, may be measured in human and organizational terms: enhanced productivity, creativity, innovation, patronage, or sales. To hit the point, designers must consider not only visual impact but also health, comfort, adaptability, and simplicity of usage.
Their designers collaborate and strategize to deliver innovation, quality, and long-term results. Gensler’s projects span the globe and include everything from offices to stores, academic and civic structures, convention complexes, and entertainment and cultural facilities.
John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dubai, the Houston Ballet Center for Dance, San Francisco International Airport, Facebook, Inc. offices in London, Duke Kunshan University in China, and the Shanghai Tower in China are just a few of Gensler’s notable interior design projects.