December 21, 2015

4 Gensler-Designed Showrooms

You won’t want to miss these four recent showrooms, all designed by Gensler.

Designer: Christopher Goggin of Gensler Dallas

Project: DaltileMohawk Group Showroom, San Francisco

Standout: Clients and customers huddle at communal worktables, peruse LCD touchscreen catalogs, and draw inspiration from custom wall and flooring installations—if they can tear themselves away from the vibrant mosaic mural at the entry. 

Designer: Collin Burry of Gensler San Francisco

Project: Allsteel Resource Center, San Francisco

Standout: The Interior Design Hall of Famer painted an accent wall running the entire length of the building in International Orange, the color of the Golden Gate Bridge, and supplemented it with stylized graphics meant to conjure a mod forest. 

Designer: Yishio Kuo of Gensler Houston

Project: Totally Carpet showroom, Houston

Standout: Brand-building grphics hit the bull’s-eye in the commercial carpet specialist’s first showroom, joined by Arik Levy‘s Wireflow pendant fixtures and a 20-foot-long worktable, gleaming in Cosentino‘s Silestone quartz surfacing. 

Designers: Mark Harder and Craig Kolstad of Gensler Dallas

Project: National Office Furniture headquarters, Jasper, Indiana

Standout: A canopy of honey-toned cedar boards extends a warm welcome to employees, who can choose from an array of activity-based spaces depending on the task at hand, whether collaborating or working individually. 

> See more from the November 2015 issue of Interior Design

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