Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013

Architectural design: FJMT
Interior architecture: BVN

Herbert Smith Freehills is one of Australia's principal law firms, with offices throughout world. Its new Sydney headquarters occupies 13 floors of the prestigious ANZ Bank Center Building, a 180-meter tall office tower with spectacular views of the city and the harbor. The layout of the interiors is structured in a modular sequence of task areas composed of groups of open-space workstations, alternated by individual offices enclosed by glazed partitions that open at the corners by means of double sliding doors. This solution permits an efficient and rational organization of the work environments in flexible, differentiated spaces, facilitating both internal connectivity and client interaction. The furnishing systems, characterized by simplification of forms and exclusive structural detailing, are designed to satisfy specific project requirements while ensuring comfort and functionality.

Series products: Parete RP Partition system with polished aluminum structure, glazed and solid paneling, double sliding doors at the corners, and sound-insulating drop ceiling in wood; MDL System Open-space workstations and professional offices with personalized Neutra furnishings; conference tables. Custom works Conference table with top in Calacatta marble and lacquered frame.
Open-space workstations: 675
Closed offices: 269 
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013
Herbert Smith Freehills. Sydney 2013