Younger Generations Work Differently. What Does This Mean for the Future Workplace?
It is crucial to understand generational differences to support a productive and engaged workforce.
10 Meta Trends That Will Transform the Future of Cities
As our clients embrace portfolio strategies to position for long-term success, explore 10 meta trends and design strategies that are shaping the future.
In The Media
Why the Office Must Be a Destination, Not an Obligation
CBS News’ The Weekender interviewed Janet Pogue McLaurin, Director of Workplace Research at Gensler, about the shifting workplace.
3 Surprises Impacting the Return to the Office
Our workplace research uncovered three surprising truths impacting the new role of the office, and what might bring workers back.
Marriott International Provides a Model for the Workplace of the Future With Their Hospitality-Infused Global Headquarters
Marriott’s reimagined global headquarters fuses hospitality and workplace design to draw people back to the office with a work experience that captures the energy and ambiance of a vibrant hotel.
10 Spaces That Are No Longer Optional to Create a Great Workplace Experience
What amenities can bring people back to the office? Here are 10 spaces that have the greatest impact on workplace effectiveness and experience.
In The Media
New York Times Explores the Complex “25-Story Rubik’s Cube” of Turning an Office Building Into a Home
Gensler Principal Robert Fuller explains the universal challenges of physical characteristics of big buildings across cities.
New York Times
How Office-to-Residential Conversions Could Revitalize Downtown San Francisco
One of the easiest ways to create diversity in office-centric downtowns is to convert office buildings to other uses. Residential is an obvious choice.
The Future of Travel? Start With the Future Traveler.
To be truly inclusive, airports must address a diversity of passenger and employee needs.
The Future of Urban Mobility: Insights from the City Pulse Survey
Informed by survey data from the Gensler Research Institute, this webinar explores how residents’ mobility experiences, opinions, and preferences are shaping how cities are planned and built.
No Single Solution Will Save Cities. Three Just Might.
By focusing on the interconnected issues of reimagined workplaces, attainable housing, and safe and accessible transportation, we can help cities reach vibrant new heights.
Education Engagement Index 2022
We surveyed students, educators, and staff members at U.S.-based colleges and universities to understand their experiences and expectations for the future of higher education.
Libraries Are Crucial Social Infrastructure for the 20-Minute City
Once known solely as places for books, libraries are pivoting and adapting to adopt new roles in society.
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Trends Shaping the Future of Cities and Mobility
The future of urban life will be affected by how people choose to travel in and around their cities and how cities evolve to support new mobility behaviors.
Located in the Cultural Terrace of Irvine’s Great Park, Gensler is designing a new, 14,000 capacity amphitheater. The Irvine Amphitheater extends the legacy of live outdoor music in Irvine starting in 1980 with the Irvine Meadows amphitheater. The new music venue will feature a variety of...
Los Angeles, California
Crypto.com Arena (formerly STAPLES Center) is the largest indoor sports and entertainment venue in Los Angeles, and the only arena in the United States that’s home to four major professional sports franchises, including two NBA teams, one WNBA team, and one NHL team. The reimagined sports and...
New York Red Bulls Training Complex
Morris Township, New Jersey
Having outgrown their current space, the New York Red Bulls partnered with Gensler to design their new training facility that will bring professional, academy, and youth programs together under one roof. Gensler’s master plan for the 16-acre soccer training complex elevates the sport with its...
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