John Gollings|John Gollings|John Gollings|John Gollings|John Gollings||Client-facing areas have a gallery feel showing off the firm’s art|Wide Douglas fir floorboards add some texture without looking busy|Communal space gets the best views, to lure staff from their offices|A minimal-looking new stairwell slices through six of the seven floors|Allens Linklaters has traded hierarchical office sizes for breakout areas||
22 Nov 2012

BVN curates Allens Linklaters’ Melbourne HQ

Words by Rachel Calton

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