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iCLAW is a talented and forward-thinking law firm that required a progressive and premium workplace in Panama Square. We designed a new space for the team that integrates seamlessly into the fabric of the 1960’s building. A curved timber feature wall separates the front of house with the main workspace and acts as the welcoming and host point for team and clients. Hot rolled steel and brass detailing sit with rich timber and velvet finishes, bringing a premium industrial experience to the space.

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iCLAW

iCLAW is a talented and forward-thinking law firm that required a progressive and premium workplace in Panama Square. We designed a new space for the team that integrates seamlessly into the fabric of the 1960’s building. A curved timber feature wall separates the front of house with the main workspace and acts as the welcoming and host point for team and clients. Hot rolled steel and brass detailing sit with rich timber and velvet finishes, bringing a premium industrial experience to the space.

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iCLAW

iCLAW is a talented and forward-thinking law firm that required a progressive and premium workplace in Panama Square. We designed a new space for the team that integrates seamlessly into the fabric of the 1960’s building. A curved timber feature wall separates the front of house with the main workspace and acts as the welcoming and host point for team and clients. Hot rolled steel and brass detailing sit with rich timber and velvet finishes, bringing a premium industrial experience to the space.

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