After more than 50 years at their current location, Gordon Feinblatt LLC, made the strategic decision to move its Baltimore office to a new location in Harbor East. The 60 lawyer office occupies approximately 35,000 square feet on two floors. The firm’s original location, while historic and grand, no longer provided the ideal work environment to support its law practice and staff.
Gordon Feinblatt’s new offices are not merely a relocation and a new address. The project was engineered to help position the firm to take better advantage of new available technologies and to put most of its professional staff on one floor to increase connectivity and collaboration. The added benefit of moving from 12 floors, is the opportunity to reinforce and celebrate the firm’s unique culture. To that end, significant amounts of space were dedicated to shared amenities like a lounge/café area, focus rooms, as well as huddle rooms and a training room to help bring the staff together.
The overall design of the new offices is contemporary with a nod to tradition. Custom walnut wood wall paneling in the lobby is integrated with LED lighting to provide some sparkle and visual interest, while conference rooms are fully equipped with the most current technologies. Large format stone panels and double-insulated metal and glass conference room fronts further emphasize the high-end nature of the client-facing public spaces. The attention to detail is not limited to the front of house. The staff lounge and café is residential in scale for a more relaxed atmosphere, while private offices all have metal and glass fronts to allow natural light to penetrate deep into the workspace so that everyone has access to natural light. Several offices were designed specifically for hot-desking or hoteling, recognizing the need to create and sustain a dynamic work environment.
The new Gordon Feinblatt offices, designed with flexibility and technology in mind will serve them well for years to come.
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