Dickstein
Shapiro LLP

Washington, D.C.
January 1st 2006

Based on extensive planning studies, Dickstein Shapiro relocated to an existing 500,000-square-foot space that Gensler designed to accommodate future growth and work pattern changes. Secretarial and paralegal "flex-zones" allow legal teams to expand or contract based on their needs, as do the standardized attorney offices and furnishings. A dramatic, open stair that connects floors three through 12 fosters a collegial atmosphere and enhances circulation. A multipurpose room with electrically controlled Skyfold partitions and a full-service cafeteria facilitate social interaction among attorneys, staff and clients.

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