In 2009, Dallas law firm Patton Boggs moved to a new office space from their existing downtown office. The business and industry law firm, which employs around 175 people, worked with bauhaus to help furnish their new space on McKinney Avenue in Uptown.
Patton Boggs is a high-end law firm seeking conservative office design for both private offices and admin workspace. The five-floor office is designed with private offices around the outer parts of the office, with workspaces for administrative staff in the interior.
Patton Boggs and bauhaus worked with the Gensler global architectural firm, which specified the ancillary pieces for the office, including marble pieces. Other products used in the Patton Boggs office include:
PattonBoggs was seeking a standard conservative and professional look for their new Uptown office space. Understanding the firm’s specific needs, bauhaus was able to work with them to furnish the space in a way that suited their specific preferences.