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Rocco Giannetti, FAIA, NOMA

Regional Managing Principal

Rocco is Managing Principal of Gensler’s Northeast Region. His career at Gensler has spanned 30 years focusing on high-profile New York City projects that have included innovative workplace environments for The New York Times, Bank of America, WarnerMedia, Citigroup, and EY. A trusted advisor to many financial service firms, he leads Gensler’s work on interiors for JPMorgan Chase’s new headquarters in New York and Morgan Stanley’s “Re Imagine” headquarters in Midtown Manhattan.

He was previously on Gensler’s Board of Directors and currently serves as an advisor to its Anti-Racism and ESG Committee. As part of the firm’s Regional Race and Diversity Committee, he provides insight and input towards Gensler’s strategy to create equitable design solutions in our cities and communities. Dedicated to community service and youth development, Rocco is part of the BSA Exploring Advisory Committee and is a past honoree of the St. Francis Food Pantries’ Community Star Award. He has been recognized on the Crain’s New York Business Notable LGBTQ Leaders and Executives List in 2021. An active member of the New York Chapter of the AIA, and a former Chair of the Interiors Committee, Rocco currently serves on its Board of Directors and Executive Committee. He was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows in 2018. He is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and the Building Energy Exchange Advisory Council. Rocco holds his Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute, and his Master of Architecture from Princeton University.