On Jan. 6, Paganelli Law opened the doors of its renovated fourth-floor office. The space is in the shape of a symmetrical V, with the distance between the two “tips” equaling that of a football field.
Tired. That’s how Chris Braun described the former state of the building at 1350 N. Delaware St. in Indianapolis, the newest addition to the Plews Shadley Racher & Braun campus on the city’s Old Northside. But a recent renovation gave a new lease on life to a mid-century landmark.
The orange textured exterior had to go, but otherwise the one-story building with a walkout basement on the edge of Broad Ripple Village was the perfect spot for the lawyers of Fox Williams & Sink LLC.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office recently underwent a design-on-a-dime renovation completed with the help of woodworkers from the Department of Correction and thrifty bargain-hunting by the office’s staff.
Managing partner Tobin McClamroch explained the new office design reflects how the legal profession is changing.
The new location contains a calmer, more relaxed and “dog-friendly” environment for lawyers and staff.
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. This issue features Connor Reporting.