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We’re re-broadcasting a panel discussion hosted by DCA Live last week. In this conversation, Christian Amolsch, Client Relationship Leader and Senior Associate, and Kim Sullivan, Principal in Gensler’s Washington D.C. office, speak with industry experts David Crew, Head of Real Estate at Hogan Lovells, Susan Berson, DC Office Managing Partner at Mi…
 
Through the chaos of the past year, the Women’s Leadership Forum became an organic, uplifting digital meeting ground for people — both men and women — to share insights on our current world, our professional experiences, and our predictions for what’s to come. Though we’ve never opened up these conversations to the public before, today, we’re shari…
 
It's Women's History Month! In today's conversation on the Gensler Design Exchange podcast, Gensler Atlanta Principal & Co-Managing Director Tory Winn sits down with Meredith Leapley, CEO & Founder of Leapley Construction, to discuss how their teams are successfully navigating these challenging "lockdown life" times under their leadership. Winn and…
 
As American cities shut down to slow the spread of COVID, car traffic across the country dropped by an average of 70% at one point. All those quiet roads opened the door for municipalities to tap into the Safe Streets (or Slow Streets) ethos and rethink how their many miles of pavement could be redesigned for additional or new uses. While these eff…
 
Today's Black History Month feature is a rebroadcast of our episode "Embracing Multiculturalism" with Michael Marshall, Design Director & Principal of Michael Marshall Design, whose highly-acclaimed work has won countless industry awards and is featured in the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture. Kicking off the episode is a …
 
This month we are celebrating Black History Month on the podcast with a new episode each week in February. This week, hear Gensler Baltimore Co-Managing Director Vaki Mawema deliver a keynote address at AIAS GR20 Conference, discussing the power of leadership and the unique significance of this moment in our history to make an impact on the archite…
 
As architects and designers meticulously work to transform our workplaces, retail, restaurants, schools, and virtually all places where humans connect in a post-COVID world, each space element has taken on a new sense of purpose and intentionality. Ceilings are certainly no exception. Today, we’re kicking off a three-part series we’ll be hosting wi…
 
Since the spring of 2020, the Gensler Research Institute has been conducting surveys of workers across the globe to understand worker’s needs and make informative real estate and design decisions on the future of the workplace. In these surveys, many workers expressed evolving expectations for the future of work and the physical workplace. In today…
 
From Philadelphia down to Miami, we’ll take you (virtually) to visit each of our eight offices to hear stories about how our people reached out to their communities — both locally and regionally — to listen and take action to provide resources, time, expertise, and more that helped organizations, neighborhoods, and individuals in need. SHOW NOTES: …
 
Public space has always been an integral part of human life. It supports the widest diversity of experiences and offers some of the best experiences overall, according to Gensler’s Experience Index research. From your local park, to the sidewalks on city streets, to the terraces and gardens provided by restaurants or retail centers, these spaces de…
 
Gensler’s firmwide senior living leader Tama Duffy Day interviews industry experts on essential principles to consider as we look at the current moment as a unique opportunity for change. Stephanie Firestone is a Senior Strategic Policy Advisor for Health & Age-Friendly Communities at AARP International; Dr. Bill Thomas is a geriatrician, industry …
 
In a world of 7.6 billion people and counting, there’s bound to be repetition somewhere, right? In today’s post-modern age, it’s hard to ignore the omnipresence of content and product surrounding us. A simple scroll through social media might unveil a common pattern of rehashed content. But even in our increasingly oversaturated world, there are br…
 
As designers, the pandemic has challenged us to rise to the occasion and create better opportunities for interconnectivity in our future world. Without our physical studios, materials libraries, and in-person teams, our design processes shifted and our sources of inspiration have evolved. Today we’re inviting Gensler DC Design Director Nestor Santa…
 
At this critical inflection point in our history, it's important to reflect and recharge in order to preserve not just our individual wellbeing, but also our ability to return to designing the future of our cities with our best foot forward. As we continue to dream up innovative, purpose-built spaces both public and private, how can we be more mind…
 
This week, we’re excited to share with you a webinar we hosted recently with our Gensler staff focused on embracing multiculturalism in design — both in our design work and in our industry. The conversation, moderated by Gensler Principal & Global Director of Design, Jordan Goldstein, featured special guest Michael Marshall, AIA, NOMA, Design Direc…
 
Are you confused by the Trash/Recycle/Compost bins at health food stores? Are you seeking simple ways to be less wasteful at work — or is your company interested in learning about how to establish some greener, more mindful operations in the workplace? You’ve come to the right place. Today’s episode of the Gensler Design Exchange podcast features B…
 
This week on the Gensler Design Exchange podcast, Gensler’s Jordan Goldstein speaks with the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design, moderated by Sarah Rottenberg, Adjunct Assistant Professor & Executive Director, Integrated Product Design Program at the University of Pennsylvania. SHOW NOTES: bit.ly/genslerpod…
 
Gensler Principal & Global Design Management Leader Jim Williamson interviews IIDA (International Interior Design Association) Executive Vice President & CEO Cheryl Durst to discuss diversity and design in a post-pandemic world. Together they share advice for aspiring designers, thoughts on the future of design, and best practices to foster the nex…
 
Today, our host Brandon Larcom sits down with Gensler experts Chuck Rudalavage, Regional Practice Area Leader for Higher Education, and Emily Fridman, Regional Director for Digital Experience Design, to explore the paradigm shift in the learning experience happening now across the globe. With Chuck's expertise in the physical design of learning fac…
 
Today’s special episode is a recording of a webinar we participated in in early April, hosted by our retail real estate owner, operator, and developer friends at EDENS. In this webinar, you’ll hear from Norma Morales Perez, Senior Vice President of Brand & Culture at EDENS, and Gensler workplace experts Janet Pogue McLaurin, Workplace Leader and Pr…
 
Today, in honor of Earth Week, you’ll hear from Gensler Miami architect and sea level rise expert Ana Benatuil in a fascinating interview with Marilys Nepomechie — Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Professor of Architecture in the College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts at Florida International University — and Katherine Hagemann…
 
It’s no secret that retail has experienced a tumultuous time, and as cities continue to grow and face new challenges, retailers now more than ever are adapting to today’s demands. In today’s episode of the Gensler Design Exchange, Kathleen Jordan, co-studio director and resident retail expert at Gensler, owner and chief retail strategist Charlotte,…
 
In today’s episode, our host Brandon Larcom sits down with internationally recognized Gensler D.C. Design Director Nestor Santa-Cruz. With more than 20 years of corporate interiors experience, Nestor is noted for his award-winning designs, which have been published in Interior Design, Contract Design, Elle Décor, Architectural Record, and The Washi…
 
Hot off the heels of this year's Wellbeing Week, we'd like to share with you a few tips we learned from Grace Ogden, a mindfulness meditation teacher with the George Washington University Center for Integrative Medicine, who led our staff through three simple meditations to manage stress. Leading the conversation is Gregory Plavcan, sustainability …
 
We are excited to introduce a three-part series on the Gensler Design Exchange podcast in collaboration with EDENS. Together, over the course of the next three months, we will explore how contemporary Latin marketplace La Cosecha (“the harvest”), designed by EDENS and Gensler, transcends the traditional concept of a marketplace by planting the seed…
 
We're bring some exciting changes to the Gensler Design Exchange podcast, including a new logo AND new music! Stay tuned for more exciting episodes coming your way soon. In the meantime, don't forget to leave us a review if you've enjoyed the show! For more Gensler insights, check out the latest Design Forecast live on Gensler.com.…
 
In today’s podcast episode, Jill Goebel speaks with Nestlé USA’s Head of Corporate Real Estate & Facilities Dawn Striff to discuss the vital role of change management in facilitating the company’s large-scale move and how the new headquarters’ design has impacted the culture, mission, community involvement, and workplace productivity of Nestlé USA.…
 
Colleges and universities have cracked the code to propel cities forward toward the future of education: focus on the campus experience, expand pathways to new careers, and partner with surrounding communities and cities to drive growth. In Arlington, Va., Marymount University has done just that. In today’s podcast, Duncan Lyons, Design Director at…
 
Today, Kathleen Allen, brand strategist at Gensler, speaks with Jennifer Bowen, Vice President of Destination Development of the Augusta Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, about how the new “Augusta & Co.” redefines the traditional visitors center experience and creates a unique identity for the city of Augusta, Ga., serving as both a launchpad for a…
 
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are bringing you a special episode of the Gensler Design Exchange focused on the impact of sound in health and wellness. In this episode, Gensler’s health and wellness leader, Tama Duffy Day, speaks with ambient electronic musician Yoko Sen, whose research on noise in hospitals and its effects on stress…
 
In today’s rapidly changing world, companies, civic leaders, and citizens alike are interested in learning how they can incorporate sustainability into their organizations, communities, and daily lives to be more mindful of our impact on this Earth. In the spirit of Spring and Earth Day, today’s episode of the Gensler Design Exchange podcast featur…
 
Trends change fast with the influence of social media, but in architecture and design, a reputation and success is built over time. From glass walls to tables and chairs, chances are Barbara Nolan has helped influence your everyday surroundings. Gensler Director of Product Development Brandon Larcom speaks with Barbara Nolan, founder and principal …
 
Creating a great workplace experience requires a focus not just on space and effectiveness. The best strategies align space, culture, interaction, and behavior to create a high-performance workplace experience that optimizes people’s performance. On today's episode of the Gensler Design Exchange, Gensler's Brandon Larcom and Tim Pittman sit down to…
 
Few roles have as symbiotic a relationship with architecture and design as facilities management. The task challenges those carrying it out to think critically about space, its effect on people and productivity, and how it interplays with financial stewardship. Rosalie Mignano-Aste is the vice president of corporate real estate and facilities manag…
 
Lynn University first opened its doors to students in Boca Raton, Fla., over 50 years ago. But before it became what it is today, it was first a private all-women’s school in what was once a sleepy South Florida town. Today, the campus is a vibrant and trailblazing educational institution in a fast-growing urban center. The university has been cons…
 
Growing up, our parents would tell us never to get into cars with strangers or take what isn’t ours. Today, that’s all the norm thanks to rideshare apps like Lyft and Uber and dockless bikes and scooters like Lime. As technology evolves, so do our cities and the ways we move around. How is that affecting our transportation systems and urban infrast…
 
Coworking emerged as a popular trend for startups seeking budget-friendly workplaces and resources over the last few years?—?but this phenomenon hasn’t only affected tech companies. Public Policy Holding Company (PPHC), for example, is a Washington, D.C., based public policy conglomerate that houses a constant flow of boutique PR firms from both si…
 
When you think about flooring, what do you imagine? The sound of heels clicking on a surface? Tile, wood, carpet, and vinyl? Yes, flooring is the material beneath your feet, but it is also the footpath through your everyday life. It maps out our global cities and suburbs purposefully and effectively, and we evolve upon its surface, first learning t…
 
The holidays are a time of year for giving back and lending a hand to help those in your community. To honor this, this week on the Gensler Design Exchange podcast, we’re celebrating issue advocacy through the power of design. On this episode, Elaine Asal, design strategist in our Gensler Baltimore office, talks with Ryan Cavanaugh (design manager,…
 
Recently, Gensler’s Washington, D.C., hub hosted a panel discussion in partnership with the Washington Business Journal to discuss the state of the DMV region, what’s on the horizon, and what that means for our local businesses and communities. Panelists: Victor Hoskins, Director of Arlington Economic Development; Emily Weems, VP and Head of Govern…
 
Brandon Larcom, Director of Product Development for Gensler's Southeast Region, interviews Janet Pogue McLaurin, Principal at Gensler, about global trends in workplace design. Janet is a workplace strategist, researching how design can impact office effectiveness, wellbeing, and innovation. Brandon sits down with Janet to discuss what a healthy wor…
 
Today, Gensler Design Director Meena Krenek speaks with Red Bull's Southeast Vice President of Marketing Alastair Dickson. The two dissect the importance of 'why' – why Alastair was interested to the Red Bull brand in the first place, why Red Bull decided to move its new Southeast HQ into an abandoned warehouse in a burgeoning part of Atlanta, and …
 
In this episode of the Gensler Design Exchange podcast, Greg Plavcan sits down with Liz Resenic of Gensler’s Washington office. Liz is a Sustainability Specialist and an active contributor to Gensler’s WorkWell model as well as Gensler’s internal wellbeing initiatives. In their conversation, Greg and Liz discuss the symbiotic relationship between s…
 
In this episode of the Gensler Design Exchange podcast, host Gregory Plavcan talks with Gary Strehlke, the Wellbeing Navigator at Steelcase. Gary begins by describing wellbeing hubs at Steelcase as an accessible approach to HR. Rather than the “principal’s office” HR tends to be, a wellbeing hub is an intentional space designed with a holistic appr…
 
In this episode of the Gensler Design Exchange, Gensler's Gregory Plavcan talks with Gary Strehlke, Wellbeing Navigator at Steelcase. Steelcase's wellbeing hubs are an accessible approach to HR. Rather than the “principal’s office” HR tends to be, a wellbeing hub is an intentional space where employees can address concerns both directly and indirec…
 
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