Gibson Dunn & Crutcher

Working closely with the client, a palette of neutral finishes was established for this office on a high floor of Two Exchange Square, to provide a backdrop for a unique collection of predominantly black and white Chinese ink paintings.

Far from being stark, the effect of this design is serenity and calm, and is in great contrast to the look of many legal firms where brown timber is more commonplace. Here, the walls are finished in grey Italian veneers and Thai-silk fabric panels trimmed in black.

Horizontal surfaces of Nero Marquina marble evoke a sense of remarkable solidity, with carefully selected slabs fabricated into freestanding tables and credenzas with polished stainless steel legs and accents.

In every respect an office for the connoisseur the Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher premises was nonetheless carried out within a carefully controlled budget in a limited period of time, testimony to the very close client/architect relationship which evolved during the implementation phase.

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Working closely with the client, a palette of neutral finishes was established for this office on a high floor of Two Exchange Square, to provide a backdrop for a unique collection of predominantly black and white Chinese ink paintings.

Far from being stark, the effect of this design is serenity and calm, and is in great contrast to the look of many legal firms where brown timber is more commonplace. Here, the walls are finished in grey Italian veneers and Thai-silk fabric panels trimmed in black.

Horizontal surfaces of Nero Marquina marble evoke a sense of remarkable solidity, with carefully selected slabs fabricated into freestanding tables and credenzas with polished stainless steel legs and accents.

In every respect an office for the connoisseur the Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher premises was nonetheless carried out within a carefully controlled budget in a limited period of time, testimony to the very close client/architect relationship which evolved during the implementation phase.