Gensler set itself as one of the world’s leaders when it comes to design. The firm’s goal is to create more livable cities, by upgrading their workplace quality, and above all making people’s lives better.
Gensler is reimagining the future of cities as unprecedented challenges drive us towards a time of change. In a time of transformation, design can play a unique and profound role, and Gensler continues to cultivate a culture of design innovation to promote diverse thinking.
Gensler is continuously pushing the boundaries of architecture, design, and technology by integrating physical and digital design to create fresh, connected experiences. The company uses data-driven insights and new design tools to collaborate and unleash innovative design solutions.
1. Reverb by Hard Rock Hotel Atlanta
The new Reverb by Hard Rock Hotel in Atlanta serves as a key differentiator in a mixed-use development by ushering a community-driven by rich culture, a spirit for adventure, and a passion for music. Both the architecture and hospitality interior design reflect a creative atmosphere where diverse music genres and people of varying backgrounds blend together, mirroring the unique musical tastes of guests.
2. Grand Bohemian Charlotte
Positioned in the heart of a thriving neighborhood experiencing a recent boom in hotels, The Grand Bohemian Hotel is the newest high-end hotel in Uptown Charlotte. The luxury hotel establishes a vibrant cultural destination with inspired architecture, art, décor, and cuisine that appeals to guests and locals alike.
3. The Clift Royal Sonesta Hotel
The renovation of the historic Clift Hotel fuses the craftsmanship of its 1915 construction with modern-day San Francisco sophistication. The parallelism between past and present is reinforced through local artisanal elements that can be found throughout the property, from carpet weaving to tilework.
4. American Kennel Club Headquarters
Having designed their headquarters 20 years ago, Gensler was enlisted by the American Kennel Club (AKC) to create a mission-driven headquarters that celebrates their passion for dogs. The design links AKC’s rich heritage and vision through the juxtaposition of classical elements and modern sensibilities.
5. Springwoods Village Marriott
The Marriott at Springwoods Village acts as the front door to the new Exxon-Mobil campus. Gensler drew inspiration from the railroad and lumber industry in Spring by using rail-inspired metal detailing throughout. The hotel offers comfortable, inviting lounge spaces and a nature-inspired color palette.
6. Santikos Embassy Theater
The dark, rich interior features deep colors and plush materials, and the lobby provides a variety of comfortable lounge seating, high-end finishes, and a bar and concessions area redolent of times past. The immersive guest experience includes a series of displays exhibiting movie memorabilia from the sets of classic blockbusters.
7. Warner Music Group
Like their clients, Warner Music Group’s employees are also artists, so the company’s new headquarters showcases the enduring legacy of their creative output. Each music label enjoys its own reception space, while the main reception area visually conveys the essence of the company as a whole.
8. Motorola Mobility
Motorola Mobility partnered with Gensler to lead the programming, design and construction of its new headquarters in downtown Chicago. Working closely with the company, Gensler created a holistic design process that incorporates interior architecture with the latest thinking in technology, workplace wellness, strategic workplace design, industry research and sustainable design.
9. The D Hotel and Casino
In creating a new vision for The Fitzgerald’s Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas, Gensler combined elements of vintage Las Vegas with a modern, clean design aesthetic. The property design modifications have proven to be a great success for the hotel, elevating the expectations along historic Fremont Street and setting the precedent for the redevelopment of downtown Las Vegas.
10. Osso & Kristalla and Potente
Osso & Kristalla’s light, airy space alludes to an Italian trattoria, with two-story volume ceilings, large open windows, and patrons pouring out onto an outdoor courtyard. The restaurant’s casual design is communicated through playful elements, butcher-block tabletops, and an open concept kitchen. The luxurious design employs a dark palette to give diners a sense of privacy and exclusivity.
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