Encompassing a total area of 670sqm, Turner Freeman’s Law Firm workplace fit-out transformed a traditional legal practice into a functional, directional and contemporary working environment. The project’s focus was to pair open-plan workspaces with private client spaces to enable both team collaboration through clear lines of sight, with privacy to create a renewed working environment.
Designed by PDIT, the fit-out challenged the traditional idea of a legal sector floorplan by embracing collaborative and flexible working spaces, a departure from the traditional corporate silos that commonly exist within these firms. Modest architectural details were included throughout the fit-out, all with premium finishes.
Features included a new client reception, breakout areas, private meeting rooms, and offices with glazed framed detailing on office partitioning.
We were engaged with the project as a stripped-out tenancy, enabling our project team to work efficiently without having to de-fit any previous fixtures. This allowed the team to have a solid understanding of the mechanical and hydraulic building requirements.
Working within a live environment, we worked to eliminate disruptions to the building’s occupants and coordinated building services to minimise visual distractions.
Delivering within a fast-tracked programme, we took every opportunity to ensure the highest standard of works were completed, manifesting in an outstanding result.