Following the death of architect Art Gensler at the age of 85, we look at eight key projects by his firm Gensler, from shops for brands such as Gap and Apple to a supertall skyscraper in Shanghai.
American architect Art Gensler founded his eponymous architecture studio in 1965 in San Francisco, together with Drue Gensler and James Follett.
He oversaw its expansion to become the largest architecture studio in the world, with 50 global offices and reported revenue of $1.5 billion.
Gensler designed everything from corporate interiors for America’s largest companies to the first shops for cult contemporary brands such
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