Award-winning wayfinding and design

By Chris Arnold

Putting people at the center of design

Today's guest is Harry Spetnagel, Senior Associate and Design Director at Gensler. He’s directed the design, documentation, and implementation of award-winning branded environment and wayfinding projects for several regional and national clients in the retail, hospitality, entertainment and professional services industries over the last 13 years.

An advocate of multidisciplinary design and strategic, human-centered process, Harry is primarily interested in the development and the thoughtful execution of innovative ideas that make peoples’ day to day experiences and interactions with the built environment better.

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