Gensler Architecture: Form + Strategy

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Edizioni Press, 1999 - Architecture - 47 pages
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-- A comprehensive overview of Gensler's work with the built environment.
-- Examines in depth the category of "repositioning."
-- Written by a renowned team of professionals in the field.

This volume focuses on Gensler's architecture practice. Three project types - corporate and campus buildings, renovation and reuse and urban infrastructures - are clearly illustrated and documented.

From its original focus on the corporate workplace. Gensler has evolved into a global design and consulting network whose breadth of services is a reflection of the range and diversity of the world economy. Since its founding in 1965, Gensler has built up a significant practice in building architecture - a practice that embraces major airports, convention centers and renovation and adaptive reuse.

Gensler's strategic focus has made it a model of 21st century architecture and design practice.

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Genslers InsideOut Approach
Renovation and Reuse
The New Urban Infrastructure

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