DLA Piper

Remaining within the Hong Kong Land portfolio, DLA Piper have relocated from Edinburgh Tower at The Landmark to new premises on Levels 24 - 26, and half of Level 11, Three Exchange Square.

Reception and Front-of-House facilities are on the 25th Floor so fee-earners on 24F and 26F need go up, or down, only one flight of stairs to meet clients at the main level, where there is a suite of both fixed and flexible meeting rooms. The Boardroom and two adjacent conference rooms can be combined together for seminars seating up to 125, or opened up to the reception area for Town Halls and cocktail gatherings.

Six additional meeting rooms are also fitted with state-of-the-art AV facilities for presentations and video conferencing. At the staff Cafe, a Killerspin ping-pong table takes centre stage in a cheerfully finished environment catering to nearly three hundred staff on four floors.

Details and artwork humanise the interior: the Library and casual meeting areas at the 11th and 24th floors feature "patchwork quilt" carpet tile arrangements; a wide, corridor space adjacent to the building core has been transformed into a gallery with rotating displays of paintings; and the Cafe and Reception feature a bespoke mural, and sculpture, by Hong Kong artists Louise Soloway Chan and Gail Deayton, respectively.

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Remaining within the Hong Kong Land portfolio, DLA Piper have relocated from Edinburgh Tower at The Landmark to new premises on Levels 24 - 26, and half of Level 11, Three Exchange Square.

Reception and Front-of-House facilities are on the 25th Floor so fee-earners on 24F and 26F need go up, or down, only one flight of stairs to meet clients at the main level, where there is a suite of both fixed and flexible meeting rooms. The Boardroom and two adjacent conference rooms can be combined together for seminars seating up to 125, or opened up to the reception area for Town Halls and cocktail gatherings.

Six additional meeting rooms are also fitted with state-of-the-art AV facilities for presentations and video conferencing. At the staff Cafe, a Killerspin ping-pong table takes centre stage in a cheerfully finished environment catering to nearly three hundred staff on four floors.

Details and artwork humanise the interior: the Library and casual meeting areas at the 11th and 24th floors feature "patchwork quilt" carpet tile arrangements; a wide, corridor space adjacent to the building core has been transformed into a gallery with rotating displays of paintings; and the Cafe and Reception feature a bespoke mural, and sculpture, by Hong Kong artists Louise Soloway Chan and Gail Deayton, respectively.