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A woman in a blue dress standing in a room with a counter and people sitting at a table.
A group of people sitting at tables.
A man and a woman sitting at a table with a laptop.
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A man and woman standing in a large room with windows and a large glass wall.
A man and a woman sitting in chairs in front of a projector screen.
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Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, London

London, United Kingdom

In need of additional office space to accommodate its growing London operations, global law firm Gibson Dunn also sought a space that would characterize its progressive nature and embrace the next generation of workplace thinking. Following a review of its real estate options, the firm chose to retain its existing space in the 100-year-old Telephone House while expanding into the adjacent, modern Carmelite House—and charging Gensler with creating a design vernacular that would unify the two. The resulting, integrated space exudes a contemporary yet classic language, melding period architecture with modern technology and successfully marrying old and new.