Jordan Goldstein, Co-Firm Managing Principal of Gensler and a member of the firm’s Board of Directors, is an award-winning architect who uses design to help clients unravel complex problems and craft relevant solutions that evolve their businesses and brands.
Throughout his 25-plus-year career, Jordan has been involved in further defining the skyline of global cities with buildings like Beijing’s twin 725-foot CP Towers and providing design vision on projects that range in scale from China’s Duke Kunshan University campus to Marriott’s new global headquarters. His projects have won national and local awards from the American Institute of Architects, International Interior Design Association, and NAIOP, among others, and his work has been featured in publications, including Architect, Interior Design, Contract, Fortune, US News & World Report, Washington Business Journal, and The Washington Post.
In addition to being recognized for his design skills, Jordan is honored for his leadership, and was recently included on the Washington Business Journal’s “Power 100” list and recognized as one of the top 25 innovators in Washington, D.C. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the International Interior Design Association. An advocate of helping the next generation of architects prepare for tomorrow, Jordan has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned his Master in Architecture, and has been the Kea Professor at the University of Maryland, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture.