Summit Law

Location Seattle, Washington
Design Principal Tom Kundig

Reflecting the nature of the law firm, the design intentionally breaks away from traditional law firm environments; the office space embraces the elements of an informal and non-hierarchical organization—all offices have a window and are the same size. The office centers on communal aspects encouraging interaction with a large open lounge and kitchen area and bookcases that line the hallways to promote discussion and movement. A large blackened steel staircase integrates the floors of the office while providing an artistic element. Although non-traditional, the office design allows for movement, flexibility and instills confidence in the serious nature of their work.

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Team

Design Principal

Tom Kundig

Project Manager

Kirsten R. Murray

Project Architect

Blair Payson

Publications

2007

Reynolds, Marc G. “The Non-Hierarchical Law Firm.” Legal Management, Oct. 2007, 36-40. Print.

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