Noonan Lance Boyer & Banach

A traditional law office is transformed into a creative and unique industrial loft environment.

Interior design services for 5,000 SF of law offices. This space included open offices, private office, conferencing and a centralized break area hub.

The design highlights the historic nature of the building by creating an industrial loft feel. The existing brick walls, wood floors and wood ceilings were restored and left exposed, while hanging pendant lights, exposed ductwork and skylights complete the look. Throughout the space, earth-tone finishes complement the existing brick and wood, while a vivid blue accent on select furniture and millwork livens the space and acknowledges San Diego’s beach city image.

Noonan Lance’s new space combines the core needs of a law office with more progressive creative office elements to create a unique environment that breaks from the industry standard. The firm wanted an open and collaborative workspace to inspire creativity and engagement while providing an inviting and comfortable environment for clients. To achieve this, the design team focused on reducing visual and physical barriers to foster employee interaction. Administrative staff workstations in the center of the space utilize low partitions to encourage verbal communication and provide unobstructed lines of sight across the space. Private offices were still a necessary part of the design due to the need for confidential client meetings, so the offices are located along the perimeter and feature glass walls to maintain a visual connection to the rest of the space. The break area provides informal meeting space, providing employees a place to gather for impromptu meetings and interactions.



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