Have you ever visited an open house, not because you were in the market for a new home, but because you were curious how a particular house was decorated or configured? I’ll admit it, I have.
Many of us enjoy seeing how others utilize their space. It isn’t just a quest to satisfy curiosity – we get some of our best design ideas that way. One of the reasons that building and design TV shows have multiplied at a dizzying rate is because they show us ways to live in a more beautiful, creative, compact (you choose the adjective that fits your needs) space, and often in ways that save money.
Customizing that notion to the legal community, Indiana Lawyer is launching an occasional series in this issue titled “Open House.” In it, we will feature law firms, legal service providers, and other law-related entities that have undergone a redesign of their office to improve flow and function or that have repurposed a building or space to fit the needs of today’s legal providers.
Did your firm’s management team see potential in a space others discounted? Has your company undergone an environment-enhancing facelift that improves efficiency? Tell us about it. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kelly Lucas, Editor & Publisher
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