4 Technology Workplaces by a Web of Gensler Offices

The 480-foot-long floor plate for this corporate branding agency is made manageable via concrete flooring that enables biking and scooting—and a central kitchen serves as a pit stop along the way in Dallas, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

The 480-foot-long floor plate for this corporate branding agency is made manageable via concrete flooring that enables biking and scooting—and a central kitchen serves as a pit stop along the way in Dallas, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

The 480-foot-long floor plate for this corporate branding agency is made manageable via concrete flooring that enables biking and scooting—and a central kitchen serves as a pit stop along the way in Dallas, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

The 480-foot-long floor plate for this corporate branding agency is made manageable via concrete flooring that enables biking and scooting—and a central kitchen serves as a pit stop along the way in Dallas, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Reflecting Facebook’s cool corporate culture as well as this capital city’s vibrant palette and vernacular architecture, the 13,000-square-foot open plan features playful stripe “rugs” painted on the floor, stacked concrete masonry units, and a ring for lucha libre wrestling, a national pastime in Mexico City, Mexico by Gensler. Photography by Rafael Gamo.

Reflecting Facebook’s cool corporate culture as well as this capital city’s vibrant palette and vernacular architecture, the 13,000-square-foot open plan features playful stripe “rugs” painted on the floor, stacked concrete masonry units, and a ring for lucha libre wrestling, a national pastime in Mexico City, Mexico by Gensler. Photography by Rafael Gamo.

Reflecting Facebook’s cool corporate culture as well as this capital city’s vibrant palette and vernacular architecture, the 13,000-square-foot open plan features playful stripe “rugs” painted on the floor, stacked concrete masonry units, and a ring for lucha libre wrestling, a national pastime in Mexico City, Mexico by Gensler. Photography by Rafael Gamo.

Reflecting Facebook’s cool corporate culture as well as this capital city’s vibrant palette and vernacular architecture, the 13,000-square-foot open plan features playful stripe “rugs” painted on the floor, stacked concrete masonry units, and a ring for lucha libre wrestling, a national pastime in Mexico City, Mexico by Gensler. Photography by Rafael Gamo.

The satellite-services provider’s surroundings get aptly atmospheric, with starry glass, laserlike lighting, and inter­galactic stairs linking its five levels in McLean, Virginia by Gensler. Photography by Michael Moran.

The satellite-services provider’s surroundings get aptly atmospheric, with starry glass, laserlike lighting, and inter­galactic stairs linking its five levels in McLean, Virginia by Gensler. Photography by Michael Moran.

The satellite-services provider’s surroundings get aptly atmospheric, with starry glass, laserlike lighting, and inter­galactic stairs linking its five levels in McLean, Virginia by Gensler. Photography by Michael Moran.

The satellite-services provider’s surroundings get aptly atmospheric, with starry glass, laserlike lighting, and inter­galactic stairs linking its five levels in McLean, Virginia by Gensler. Photography by Michael Moran.

Painted steel columns, rakishly askew, do double-duty: supporting an aquariumlike glass-box meeting room while also delineating a sunken lounge below in Austin, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Painted steel columns, rakishly askew, do double-duty: supporting an aquariumlike glass-box meeting room while also delineating a sunken lounge below in Austin, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Painted steel columns, rakishly askew, do double-duty: supporting an aquariumlike glass-box meeting room while also delineating a sunken lounge below in Austin, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Painted steel columns, rakishly askew, do double-duty: supporting an aquariumlike glass-box meeting room while also delineating a sunken lounge below in Austin, Texas by Gensler. Photography by Casey Dunn.

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