Ashley Rogow is an architectural and technical designer at Gensler Chicago. Originally from Ann Arbor, she moved permanently to Chicago in 2008 to study studio drawing at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After spending time working in photography, marketing, and teaching, Rogow received her Master of Architecture from UIC in 2016 and started work at Gensler immediately following. While in school, she served as a teaching assistant for Architectural Theory and interned with FGM Architects.
In her time at Gensler, Rogow has worked on a variety of confidential office buildings, taking them from sketches to construction administration. She has primarily been focused on the redevelopment of the Old Chicago Post Office, a 2.5M SF historic preservation and repositioning project.
In her spare time, she enjoys rowing, traveling, going to music festivals, cooking, and of course - drawing…
Future Leaders Committee, Chicago, Special Events Manager (2019 – Present)
Student Competition First-Round Jury (2020)