- A 22,000sf office intentionally designed for functionality.
- A transitional style that features updated finishes and furniture.
- Community spaces including an upfront reception area, a kitchen area and a patio for entertain guests and hosting happy hours.
- Legacy pieces, such as furniture built by the original owner, are incorporated throughout to celebrate the firm's long history.
Wood Herron & Evans, an intellectual property law firm that has been around for more than 150 years, moved into a new headquarters after 90 years at the iconic Carew Tower in downtown Cincinnati. Seeking a refreshed space that better reflects current needs, workflow and technological capabilities, the firm partnered with SHP to re-envision its new workplace. The resulting design features a transitional aesthetic and introduces shared community spaces for the firm.
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