When the dust settles, the office is going to look and feel like a different place than the one we left in March.
Gensler | Mar 18, 2020
The question for higher education is, what will the university of the future look like?
Gensler | Apr 13, 2017
While most labs are designed to achieve that basic functionality, a transformational lab environment prioritizes a science organization’s most valuable assets: its people.
Gensler | Feb 7, 2017
As companies are increasingly looking for people who can do things like communicate clearly, solve complex challenges, lead teams, and define strategic direction, a growing number of learners are turning to any resource where they can learn these skills quickly, effectively and in sync with their busy lives, writes Gensler's Meghan Webster.
Gensler | Jan 4, 2017
In spite of the ability to build tall and taller buildings—usually fully glazed, often in extreme climates with increasingly smart technologies—it could be argued that we are not similarly “rising to the occasion” in terms of optimization, writes Gensler's Russell Gilchrist.
Gensler | Dec 12, 2016
With the Trimble Software for Microsoft’s HoloLens device we’re able to bring into the physical world what exists only digitally.
Gensler | Nov 7, 2016
Biomimicry takes inspiration from nature’s form, processes, and ecosystems to solve human problems. This design method, which incorporates lessons learned from nature, can constantly morph in response to new challenges in our environments, writes Gensler's Lorraine Francis.