Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

Occupying the whole of 35F ICBC Tower since 2006, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett gradually expanded into other, non-contiguous spaces over the next five years.

In 2011 when the 36th floor became available, the decision was made to consolidate on two floors.

This precipitated construction of an internal connecting stair as well as a partial re-stack of the 35F space, which benefits from 12' (3.65m) ceilings originally provided to suit a large brokerage house that occupied the space when the building first came on line in 1982.

By using translucent, horizontally-etched glass, timber veneers and stone, bamboo flooring, subtly-patterned fabrics and distinctive lighting, the design achieves an elegant, contemporary look, in keeping with the firm's traditions.

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Occupying the whole of 35F ICBC Tower since 2006, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett gradually expanded into other, non-contiguous spaces over the next five years.

In 2011 when the 36th floor became available, the decision was made to consolidate on two floors.

This precipitated construction of an internal connecting stair as well as a partial re-stack of the 35F space, which benefits from 12' (3.65m) ceilings originally provided to suit a large brokerage house that occupied the space when the building first came on line in 1982.

By using translucent, horizontally-etched glass, timber veneers and stone, bamboo flooring, subtly-patterned fabrics and distinctive lighting, the design achieves an elegant, contemporary look, in keeping with the firm's traditions.