GenslerOn

 

Published by Gensler, a global design firm with 4,500 practitioners networked across five continents, GenslerOn features insights and opinions of architects and designers on how design innovation makes cities more livable, work smarter, and leisure more engaging. Our contributors write about projects of every scale, from refreshing a retailer’s brand to planning a new urban district, all the while explaining how great design can optimize business performance and human potential. For more blog posts, visit: http://www.gensleron.com.

Out of the Shadows: Designing for Behavioral Health

The Alzheimer's Association Memory Cafe. Image: Shau Lin Hon

Healthcare Facilities | GenslerOn | April 08, 2015
Gensler's Jamie Huffcut discusses mental health in the U.S. and how design can affect...
Q+A with Arthur Gensler, and advice from his new book

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Architects | GenslerOn | March 30, 2015
"Designers need to be trained to solve their clients’ problems through design while...
Academic incubators: Garage innovation meets higher education

Houston’s TMCx links students and researchers at The Texas Medical Center campus to bio-tech start-ups and their investors. Image © Gensler

University Buildings | GenslerOn | March 18, 2015
Gensler's Jill Goebel and Christine Durman discuss the role of design in academic...
Chance encounters in workplace design: The winning ticket to the innovation lottery?

Illustration: © Macaulay Campbell

Architects | GenslerOn | March 07, 2015
The logic behind the push to cultivate chance encounters supposes that innovation is akin...
Integrated Learning Neighborhoods: A solution for linking student housing with the typical student experience

The new College Avenue Commons at Arizona State University. Image © Bill Timmerman

Architects | GenslerOn | February 03, 2015
Just as urban housing fits into the city as a whole, student housing can be integrated...

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Office Building Design | GenslerOn | January 08, 2015
During the past five years, people have begun to actively seek out third places not just...
Gensler's San Francisco office. Image © Gensler

Gensler's San Francisco office. Image © Gensler

Architects | GenslerOn | December 28, 2014
Numerous studies and mountains of evidence confirm what common sense has long suggested:...

Almost 90% of all retail sales are transacted in stores, and 95% of all retail sales are captured by retailers with a brick-and-mortar presence. Photo: Gensler

Architects | GenslerOn | December 08, 2014
According to a shopping preferences study conducted by A.T. Kearney, as many as two-...

Illustration: Douglas Wittnebel

Architects | GenslerOn | November 26, 2014
Most people affiliate the maker culture with metal working, welding, ceramics, glass...

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Office Building Design | GenslerOn | October 24, 2014
 As work and the other aspects of our lives blend, lifestyle becomes the primary lens...

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Architects | GenslerOn | October 01, 2014
As a designer of mission critical facilities, I’ve learned that it’s really difficult to...

The University of Kansas School of Business. Image Gensler

Architects | GenslerOn | September 17, 2014
It seems that the most recent buildings to pop up on college campuses are trying to do...

Good branding brings the built environment to life. Images: Gensler

Architects | GenslerOn | August 13, 2014
When most colleges and universities consider their brands, they rarely venture beyond the...

TechHub, a rapidly expanding London co-working space geared towards tech start-ups, approached Genslers design team with an exciting challenge: They needed their new offices to be operational in just 90 days. Genslers design team responded with a solution that combines pop-up thinking with raw urban character to yield an energetic yet functional montage of exposed concrete, plywood and glass. Image Rueben Derrick, Gensler

Architects | GenslerOn | July 17, 2014
“Pop-up” has rapidly become one of the most pervasive design trends in recent years. It...
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