Gensler to revamp Johnson/Burgee’s International Place in Boston

This week the owner and original developer of a stylish postmodern Boston office complex designed by Johnson/Burgee Architects announced it has selected Gensler to refurbish the buildings’ interiors, including its show-stopping waterfall. With added greenery, the large glass atrium at the center of the building, to be dubbed “IP Commons,” will create new seating and dining opportunities for the commercial building.

Renovations will also cover the exterior Fort Hill Plaza. (Tomorrow Inc./Gensler)

One International Place is a 600-foot-tall, 46-story cylindrical skyscraper that sports a crenelated top. Johnson/Burgee Architects, the eponymous firm started by architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee, designed the shining example of

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