Gensler architecture reflects their knowledge of how people and organizations use and experience place and space. They work collaboratively with clients, communities and end users to create buildings that work well on every level, inside and out. They deliver them across our global markets with a consistently high standard of service.
Gensler takes the lead for sustainability design. They are continually evolving our organization and design processes to deliver innovation aimed at helping clients and communities become more resourceful, resilient and regenerative.
Central Park House
A 41-story residential tower that aims to transform the traditional high rise into a unique and bespoke sanctuary. Situated steps away from Burnaby’s Central Park, the project will feature 355 residences, including 6 townhomes, ranging in size from 435 to 2,270 square feet. Also, spanning 15,000 square feet, the Horizon Pavilion is Central Park House’s robust amenity space that creates a unique oasis for residents.
730 Third Avenue, New York
This is a Class A office and retail building. Gensler led the design of the building repositioning, including a new ground and second-floor facade renovation, a new lobby, and the addition of a full-floor amenity space and a spacious rooftop terrace. Other than that, a Helicoidal feature stair in the lobby leads to the amenity floor, which features a state-of-the-art fitness center, conference center, food hall, and co-working lounge, as well as a space to exhibit rotating artwork.