Seyfarth Shaw LLP Offices

Seyfarth Shaw LLP Offices

Architect
TVA Architects
Location
Seattle, WA, USA | View Map
Project Year
2020
Category
Offices
Benjamin Benschneider
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
Acoustic Wall TileUnika Vaev
Striped Crow (carpet tile)Patcraft
Flutter
Hydro (porcelain wall tile)Daltile
Remedy
CountertopsPental Quartz
MISTERIO
Carpet Tile PlankShaw Contract
Undertone Tile
Nero (porcelain floor tile)Stone Source
Ferrocemento

Product Spec Sheet
Acoustic Wall Tile
Striped Crow (carpet tile)
Flutter by Patcraft
Hydro (porcelain wall tile)
Remedy by Daltile
Countertops
MISTERIO by Pental Quartz
Carpet Tile Plank
Undertone Tile by Shaw Contract
Nero (porcelain floor tile)
Ferrocemento by Stone Source

Seyfarth Shaw LLP Offices

TVA Architects as Architects

When Seyfarth Shaw decided to open a new office in the Pacific Northwest region, they hoped to blend traditional ways of working with new thoughts on workspace and collaboration.

Providing high-caliber legal services to clients throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, Australia and Asia, Seyfarth Shaw LLP recently expanded into the Seattle market. With this exciting new opportunity they have been able to rethink their office needs and embrace the modern shift in workplace design which is more flexible and open. While the work performed in law offices still requires space that allows for confidentiality and focused work, an emphasis on collaboration and providing informal meeting environments drove much of the new concept design. The incorporation of more glass and transparency also reflects the trend in law firms to be team oriented, and welcoming.
The selected material palette draws on themes from regional economic drivers. Motifs connected to air travel, the forest, technology and computer industries, and the office’s maritime setting informed the finish selections. Colors and textures are also inspired by views to the Olympic Peninsula and Puget Sound which are visible thru large windows on all sides of the full penthouse floor. Wood accents, a traditional material found in many law offices but detailed with a more modern approach, brings warmth and elegance to the interiors.
Private, individual offices remain a mainstay of legal workspace and the design team balanced the need for a large number of hard-walled office spaces with light-filled open office environments, generously sized common spaces, open collaboration areas, and more work-focused rooms.

 

Material Used:
1. C.R. Laurence - Cascade Series (glass wall / entries), 487 Series (glazed office partitions / sliding entries)
2. Shaw Contract - Undertone - Time (carpet tile plank)
3. Patcraft - Flutter - Striped Crow (carpet tile)
4. Stone Source - Ferrocemento - Nero (porcelain floor tile)
5. Daltile - Remedy - Hydro (porcelain wall tile)
6. Unika Vaev - Scala (acoustic wall tile)
7. Wilsonart - Midnight Velvet Traceless (plastic laminate casework faces)
8. Pental Quartz - Misterio (countertops)

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