Property: Better by design
With attitudes to workspace changing, many law firms are coming under pressure to react to modern design trends. Designers claim the benefits of innovative design outweigh the costs, but are they convincing those who hold the purse strings? Derek Bedlow reports
Imagine, if you will, the law office of the future: digitally connected lawyers roaming between their home office, their clients and the mother-ship, stopping only to engage in a spot of cross-disciplinary brainstorming in one of their firm’s informal breakout areas before getting down to the hard work at a ‘hot desk’.
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