The architecture and design firm was recently put in a unique position: They were their own clients. See how Gensler, which is also planning and designing The Washington Post Co.’s future workplace, went about transforming their space to create an open, airy feel and more spaces for collaboration.
Gensler held a grand opening in June of its renovated, redesigned office at 2020 K Street NW. As part of their effort to create a “vertically integrated campus,” Gensler knocked out a 1,000-square-foot section of the second level in order to create the atrium seen here. Jeffrey MacMillan/For The Washington Post