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Gensler

5005 Greenville Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206

Phone: 214-273-1500
Website: www.gensler.com




Firm Description

ABOUT GENSLER

As architects, designers, planners and consultants, we partner with our clients on some 3,000 projects every year. These projects can be as small as a wine label or as large as a new urban district. With more than 6,000 professionals networked across 48 locations, we serve our clients as trusted advisors, combining localized expertise with global perspective wherever new opportunities arise. Our work reflects an enduring commitment to sustainability and the belief that design is one of the most powerful strategic tools for securing lasting competitive advantage. Gensler is distinguished by an unwavering commitment to our clients’ success. Everything we design, from the innovations we imagine to the value we deliver, reflects our clients’ priorities and their opportunities for sustained success.

Redefining what's possible

Gensler believes in the power of design to positively affect people, organizations and communities on many different levels. Our philosophy centers on redefining what's possible, through design that's performance-driven and founded in the specific vision and aspirations of each client. No less important than those principles is our commitment to the sustainability and excellent delivery of our design solutions, building our clients' confidence in the quality of our ideas as well as the process of making them reality. Everything we do is organized around providing the best possible service to our clients. As we've grown, we've expanded resources and diversified our expertise to provide a 24/7-platform for delivering client projects, regardless of size, complexity or location.

Integrating practices for innovation

To support our clients' market and service needs, Gensler is organized into practices, each charged with sharing innovation and expertise through an integrated cross-office, cross-practice exchange. This dynamic network ensures that new insights inform the firm's collective knowledge, creating value for all our clients, industry leaders and start-ups alike. Our ability to create environments that enhance organizational performance and achieve measurable business goals is one reason Gensler is a multiple winner of the Business Week/Architectural Record Awards, the U.S. benchmark for business design innovation.



Services

Architecture, BIM, Design, Graphic + Environmental Design, Green Plan Review, Historic Preservation, Interior Design, Master Planning, Programming, Project / Program Management, Rendering / Delineation, Site Analysis/ Site Evaluating and Planning, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Way Finding


Quick Contact

The Ford Center at The Star is a 12,000-seat, indoor multipurpose events center, and sports training facility. Slated to be the most comprehensive NFL training facility in the country, The Ford Center is shared with the Dallas Cowboys, the City of Frisco and the Frisco Independent School District for hosting a variety of sports, education, and community activities.
The Ford Center at The Star is a 12,000-seat, indoor multipurpose events center, and sports training facility. Slated to be the most comprehensive NFL training facility in the country, The Ford Center is shared with the Dallas Cowboys, the City of Frisco and the Frisco Independent School District for hosting a variety of sports, education, and community activities.

Airport/ Transportation

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport reflects the nature of Austin without creating an empty pastiche. The design references Austin-style elements like blackened steel, wood, and elegant forms for new retail typologies mixed with urban-style finishes like etched glass and sleek lighting accents. Local street art was incorporated into the design through printed panels in restroom corridors, millwork that doubles as large art display cases, and advertising areas. Dror Baldinger
Incheon Terminal 2 is designed to surpass all current standards of excellence for international travel. Conceived from the inside out, Gensler, the collaborating design architect in association with Heerim Architects, created a building that calms, refreshes, entertains, and excites passengers while encouraging them to engage with Korean culture.
The Jackson Hole Airport distinguishes itself from the aesthetics of typical airports because of its regional design approach, materiality, and intimate scale. Internally the architecture, interior design, brand design and public art are all integrated to form a cohesive design. Matthew Millman

Commercial/ Office

The renovation of 400 Record, formerly known as the Belo Building, elevates the building's identity and amenities not only for employees, but future tenants and the surrounding community. The redesign of this 17-story, 235,000 square-foot office tower includes removing existing walls to create a better flow between indoor and outdoor spaces. The two-level lobby is enclosed with frameless glass and a custom-designed metal canopy that creates a dramatic new front door. Dror Baldinger
The highly innovative ExxonMobil Corporate Campus is designed to provide all the tools and resources to foster improved employee collaboration, creativity, innovation, and well-being. Gensler applied extensive research & benchmarking to incorporate best practices from the world's top facilities to this campus for 10,000 employees.
The Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters is a multi-tenant building branded to the Dallas Cowboys experience and is designed to be integrated with the adjacent plaza and training facility. The 300,00 square foot Headquarters is a part of The Star in Frisco, a 91-acre, multi-use development located approximately 30 miles north of Dallas. - Ryan Gobuty Ryan Gobuty
A five-story horizontal tower with street-level retail and high-performance glass façade has sweeping views of the public green plaza inThe Shops at Park Lane development. Strategically placed, the LEED-registered Silver office building naturally shields the interior of the marketplace from highway noise and connects seamlessly to an existing parking garage via a skybridge.
The Ericsson North American Headquarters expansion consists of two new four-story buildings, a connector building and two parking garages, all while managing an aggressive budget and schedule.
Parkside Tower at 3500 Maple is one of the first projects of its kind to combine the restoration of a historic building with a serious commitment to employee health and well-being. Furthermore, it is economically viable: the newly restored building presents an opportunity to offer affordable rent with compelling upscale amenities.
The regional headquarters for AmerisourceBergen Corporation is designed to take advantage of striking views reminiscent of the Texas hill country. Evoking the romantic spirit of the Texas vernacular, the campus sits on a bluff and overlooks a pond and natural Texas landscape.
Cypress Waters is a 1,000-acre master planned community with office, retail, multi-family, restaurants, and entertainment, centered around a lake. Gensler has partnered with developer Billingsley to design two office buildings which frame "The Sound," a highly activated, pedestrian-oriented public plaza with retail that opens up to the lake.

Government/ Civic/ Institutional/ Library

The University of Texas Dallas Blackstone Launchpad 4,500 sf incubator space serves to accelerate the junction between education and business. The co-working space will provide mentors and industry partners to student-entrepreneurs to flesh out concepts and overcome obstacles in growing their business.
Focused on the concept of developing holistic strategies to optimize production, this philosophy advocates for a harmonious relationship between man and nature. The F.A.R.M. Park design maximizes crop production, rehabilitates contaminated land, and creates a nurturing experience for veterans, visitors, and community volunteers.

Hotel/ Hospitality

The Omni Frisco Hotel — Frisco's first luxury hotel — is part of the The Star multi use center which includes The Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, The Ford Center at the Star multi-use event center and practice facility, and retail and restaurant space. The 300-room hotel will include meeting space, a ballroom and a rooftop pool overlooking a plaza area that will be a focal point for The Star.
Marriott CityPlace Hotel at Springwoods Village is an 11-story hotel that includes a restaurant, bar, ballrooms, meeting spaces, fitness center, outdoor terraces and an adjacent 3-story pre-cast parking garage. The design team drew inspiration rooted from the railroad and lumber industry in Spring, Texas by using metal detailing throughout. Since the hotel is located in a pedestrian friendly environment that incorporates nature, we have done the same inside of the hotel. Peter Molick

Interiors

Foley Gardere, an Am Law 200 firm, was moving from their dated Thanksgiving Tower space to the new McKinney & Olive building in Uptown, and used the opportunity to modernize their image. A clean, sleek look permeates the space, which focuses on the evolving need of their clients and a younger demographic of attorneys. Garrett Rowland
The Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters is a multi-tenant building branded to the Dallas Cowboys experience and is designed to be integrated with the adjacent plaza and training facility. The 300,00 square foot Headquarters is a part of The Star in Frisco, a 91-acre, multi-use development located approximately 30 miles north of Dallas. Ryan Gobuty
With a direct-to-consumer model, J. Hilburn, an online men's clothier, focuses on high quality Italian-made garments and custom experiences for each client. From recessed track lighting that conceal HVAC components to brass pulls and logo branded caps on fixtures, the design team helped to provide a tailored experience for clients while referencing the immaculate detailing of J.Hilburn's products and services throughout the space. Garrett Rowland
The new Corporate Headquarters for Hilti North America is designed to celebrate the power of its people and products. Seeking to attract top talent and future leaders, the office takes into account the diversity of its employees' needs by providing a variety of amenities that contribute towards creating the perfect workplace. Ryan Gobuty
Relocating to a new building gave Baker McKenzie the chance to have an office that is more reflective of who they are and better matches their forward-thinking vision. The design team drew inspiration from a sports car to create a concept that is well-designed and sleek, echoing the notion of performance and clean lines, while also speaking to the local Dallas culture. Garrett Rowland
After experiencing tremendous growth, Bell Nunnally relocated to the Dallas Arts District. More than just a new address, the new office gives attorneys and staff entirely new ways of working in a more sophisticated and forward-thinking setting. Dror Baldinger

Mixed-Use/ Retail/ Entertainment/ Restaurant

Built to improve quality of life at a telecommunications company's existing 25-year-old campus, the new 150-acre Hidden Ridge Mixed Use development blends three large corporate campuses with a central mixed-use neighborhood composed of housing, retail, boutique offices, and a village commons - all connected to neighboring developments by lightrail transit.
Legacy West, in Plano, is a walkable neighborhood of residential, boutique office, dining, retail, and entertainment establishments composing a forward-looking urban experience where one can live, work, and play within a vertically integrated mix of uses.
Legacy Hall and Box Garden: Dedicated to serving the best-of food trends prepared by premier chefs and local artisans, the three-story, 55,000-square-foot European-style food hall, brewery and live music and entertainment venue opened its doors in 2017 in the Legacy West development. Garrett Rowland
Music Factory in Irving is a unique entertainment district bringing together people from every walk of life, not just to enjoy, but to also create music, harmonizing together in this musical melting pot. The artist-friendly 16-acre district with a recording studio, also includes a variety of bars and musical venues, each with a distinctly-themed musical component allow everyone, from rap to country fans, to mingle together among the indoor and outdoor spaces. Gensler
Musume, a contemporary Asian cuisine restaurant in the heart of downtown Dallas, tells a story of rebellion and boldness through its juxtaposed masculine and feminine design elements, elevating the dining experience. Garrett Rowland

Sports

The Texas Tech Football program significantly upgraded its amenities with 120 steel lockers to go along with a new players' lounge, state-of-the-art lighting system and 60-inch HD televisions scattered throughout the facility. The locker room is also highlighted by a new entrance, featuring various Red Raider helmets as well as a lighted Double T hanging from the roof of the ceiling. In addition to the locker room, the adjacent weight room also received a face lift with a new workout mat and updated graphics along the exterior walls. Dror Baldinger
The Ford Center at The Star is a 12,000-seat, indoor multipurpose events center, and sports training facility. Slated to be the most comprehensive NFL training facility in the country, The Ford Center is shared with the Dallas Cowboys, the City of Frisco and the Frisco Independent School District for hosting a variety of sports, education, and community activities.
The new Texas A&M University Men's Basketball Student Athlete Center is a dynamic and state-of-the-art facility. Its design is specifically geared towards creating an impactful and memorable tour for the younger audience of recruits visiting the space. Dror Baldinger
The Texas Tech University Sports Performance Center contains a world-class, 200-meter, banked track and an artificial turf field for use by the football team and other Texas Tech student athletes. The stadium renovation razed the existing south end zone building, which previously houses administrative offices for Athletics, and rebuilds with new suites and related premium spaces, team training table, and new large format video boards. Dror Baldinger