Legal

When intellectual property law specialists Wolf Greenfield & Sacks moved and expanded their offices to take up four floors in Boston’s Federal Reserve Building, they chose CBT to articulate, through interior design, the company’s philosophy of creative thinking and understanding of invention. It was of primary importance to the client that the design break away from the traditional heavy and dark law office look and project instead a sense of innovation, modernity, and flexibility. These objectives were all achieved through ample use of glass, open spaces, curving corridors, exotic materials like zebra wood for panels, and a surprising punctuation of space with points of bold color. Read More

CBT was able to aid Nutter McClennen & Fish in redesigning their 130,000-squarefoot space at the Seaport World Trade Center by using a Fix Matrix developed by our programming specialists to help identify needs based on existing conditions and desired improvements. They knew they wanted to incorporate a new conference center as well as a full-service cafeteria and kitchen. Read More

When Jones Day, an international law firm, decided to open a Boston office to better serve their New England based clients, they charged CBT with the task of creating warm, elegant, and timeless spaces for their new office. The 40,000 square foot space occupies two floors that include meeting spaces, a reception area and a fully-functioning catering kitchen. Read More

CBT completely reorganized the interior to accommodate the needs of a 21st-century appellate court while restoring the building’s architectural features. The renovation provided clarity to the program, building plan and improved vertical movement and access. New program elements were distributed vertically and horizontally throughout the building, and public and private areas were separated for security and safety. Read More

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