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Jones Hall

Municipal bond law is viewed as one of the most traditional of law practices. Jones Hall partners felt that their San Francisco office was poised for a dramatic change given new technology and open office design that has developed in the last 15 years.

Law office design once meant one admin per attorney, vast stretches of paper filing systems and warrens of private offices. Over time the Jones Hall practice had become much more efficient, and the partners asked for an office design that reflected this.

FENNIE+MEHL’s ultimate design reduced the firm’s footprint by almost 30 percent. What’s more, 75 percent of existing interior architecture was reused, along with 75 percent of existing carpeting. A number of rooms were demolished to create a more open plan that includes the most popular spot in the office: a large great room that takes in views of the Transamerica Pyramid and Coit Tower. Warm woods, residential-style furnishings and polished concrete flooring completed Jones Hall’s transformation.

The optimum accomplishment was balancing interactive and private workspaces to reflect the modern culture of Jones Hall.

F+M understood the transitional changes we were going through and designed a space suited for our new work style. We love it. Our clients love it. Kudos and heartfelt thanks all around.

Charles F. (Chick) Adams, Shareholder and Attorney

Photography: Jasper Sanidad
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