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Mammel Hall, College of Business Administration

Efficient lighting design defines the interior spaces of a new building at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. More

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Project Team Discusses One Bryant Park

The Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park was the focus of a panel discussion on the topic of "Collaboration and Green Design" held January 28, 2008, at the Center for Architecture in New York City and sponsored by the AIA New York Chapter. Panelists included architect Rick Cook of Cook+Fox Architects, the project developer, Jody Durst of the Durst Organization, structural engineer Ed Depaola of Severud Associates, MEP engineer Scott Frank of Jaros Baum & Bolles, lighting designer Francesca Bettridge of Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design and interior architect Rocco Giannetti of Gensler. More

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Private Equity Office, Menlo Park

Working in the financial services industry is a stressful, highly charged experience in which 15-hour workdays are the norm. When one quickly growing northern California equity firm needed to move its operations to accommodate its personnel expansion, it hired Gensler to transform two unconnected floors in a typical suburban office park building into an interconnected open-planned space that both defied the traditional Wall Street aesthetic (dark woods and indistinct partitioned interiors) and created a hospitable and luminous working environment that encourages dynamic activity, cross-collaboration, and enables private meetings with clients. More

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Absolute Vodka, New York City

challenge Sweden's close proximity to the Arctic Circle creates an extreme lighting condition known as the midnight sun. Throughout June and July, Swedes experience almost 24 hours of daylight. So it was a particular challenge for interior architect Gensler and lighting consultant Susan Brady Lighting Design (SBLD) to incorporate this Nordic sensibility toward light into a typical New York City high-rise office space for its client, the Swedish company Absolute Vodka. More

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Dynamic Signage in a Limited Space

HBO's plans for a new sign designed by Cooley Monato Studio ran into a wall-literally. More

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