When it comes to creating beautiful design projects, you can always count on Gensler. Gensler works collaboratively with clients to create buildings that work well on every level. With lots of experience in the field, the rookie years are way behind, and the company has a variety of beautiful projects that can really be proud of. So, without further due, let´s start our article.
250,000-square-foot floor plan of this triangular building is designed around how people move, demonstrating design from the inside out. Oversized platforms replace stairways as vertical connectors and serve to stage impromptu meetings and interactions. Skylights bring ample diffused daylight into the building, creating an efficient and uplifting work environment.
Inspired by the world’s great cityscapes like Champs Elysee or NY´s Soho neighborhood, this beauty is placed on Kuwait and the gigantic size is really impressive. The development will house 545 retail units, including 52 food and beverage outlets, in a dramatic scheme that includes The Mall, The Grand Avenue, SoKu, The Bazaar, Luxury Mall and The Souk. These new districts will connect to earlier phases of The Avenues through a series of courtyard plazas.
With 632-meter Shanghai Tower ranks as China’s tallest building. Within 121 stories, Shanghai Tower houses “Class A” office space, entertainment venues, retail, a conference center, a luxury hotel and cultural amenity spaces. The tower has been awarded a China Green Building Three Star rating and a LEED® Platinum Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Gensler collaborated closely with the base building architect, linking the 100-foot rotunda to the main tower and to the podium and garden to create a living space for company and community events. According to Devon’s chairman, morale has skyrocketed as a result of the new space, and the company’s recruiting success rate has risen to 92 percent from 62 percent.
Gensler worked to create a landmark mixed-use project to spur investment into the Qianhai New Development Zone in Shenzhen while preserving its natural resources. Water and ecology, the driving planning principles behind the 470,000-square-meter development, link the urban site with seashore areas through the incorporation of corridors, bridges, and pedestrian overpasses.
We hope that you liked today´s article on Gensler, a real shark when it comes to design projects. They have an enormous variety of projects and this article does not necessarily mean that these 5 projects have to be your favorite or even that they are Gensler top 5 projects. We just choose some really nice design by Gensler and made a post about it. For more information, you can always visit Gensler website.
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