A Vision for Television: Gensler Rethinks KCET

In the main broadcast studio, a custom desk is used for both pledge drives and the culture show Artbound. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

Red-cedarbuilt-insand Antonio Citterio’s sofa and bench define the reception area. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

Up to nine producers and engineers can work in the master control room. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

The green-screen studio offers three robotic cameras and a blank slate for digital imagery. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

Visiting talent relaxes in the green room, where a sectional by Doug Levine faces a pair of chairs by Scott Wilson. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

Seen from the corridor outside a conference room, wool felt wall covering frames a view of the main studio. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

Vinyl flooring in the main studio reflects custom curtains in cotton velour or muslin. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Ryan Gobuty and Makena Hudson.

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