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The look of a law office says volumes about the firm; about its culture, its success and the extent to which that firm is in sync with its clients.

As the practice of law evolves, firms must reconcile the look and functionality of their space with the realities of technology, cost and workplace trends.

Knoll offers a broad range of solutions that provide a consistent aesthetic throughout a space, from private office to open plan environments, while supporting the team, serving the client, and adapting to the inevitability of continued change.



Partners and Associates

When planning for partners and associates it is critical to provide solutions that accommodate personal preferences yet reflect the overall culture of the firm.

Knoll provides high quality solutions that are distinctive, durable and adaptable. We provide a “kit of parts” approach that allows offices to be easily reconfigured from a single to a double, or even triple as needs change. Our diverse scope of products and finishes enables designers and clients can make aesthetic updates easily as a firm’s needs evolve.

Support Staff

Law firm roles are evolving. Legal secretaries are moving beyond the transaction counter to serve as the administrative hub and departmental liaison. Firms are also increasingly relying on a fluid cast of contract and staff attorneys.

Adaptable furniture delivers planning flexibility as needs and teams change. As the support staff moves out of private offices and into the open plan, high-endurance furniture is ever more critical.

The war for talent is intense. Attractive, comfortable, functional spaces are an important factor in attracting and retaining the best and the brightest. Knoll solutions have universal appeal to all generations of workers.

Client Spaces

Reflect your brand, set your image. Comfort, quality and finish all serve as opportunities to convey a culture and imply stature and size.

Private, secure meeting areas where confidentiality can be maintained are critical to the unique work of law firms. Refuge areas for private calls, storage for personal items, and access to power in open areas are essential for client comfort.






Featured Legal Research

  • k. talks

    Research February 17, 2022

    Join us for a virtual weekly series about the changing dynamics of work today.

  • The Case for a Thriving Workplace

    Research April 28, 2021

    The Covid-19 pandemic upended work and brought unprecedented changes to the world when, seemingly at a moment’s notice, daily life went into lockdown and workers across the globe were sent home to work.

  • Hybrid Work Series: Navigating Remote Work

    Research April 21, 2021

    Remote work is not a new concept. But nonetheless, when the majority of the country moved to remote work within a matter days in March of 2020, the ground beneath the feet of the traditional in-office employee—and the occasional remote worker— shifted dramatically.

  • The Thriving Workplace

    Research March 15, 2021

    2020 brought changes to the world that nobody could have envisioned even a year ago. The global Covid-19 pandemic upended daily life with lockdowns and a global recession looming large, the groundswell of activism around racial and social justice, and the continuing meltdown of the environment.

  • The Emerged Law Practice

    Research April 30, 2019

    A hierarchical culture steeped in tradition and mystique, hefty hourly fees and operating standards that generated huge file rooms of paper are on the way out. In their place, law firms are introducing standardized offices, digital files, fixed fees and greater transparency in both their procedures and environments.




Featured Legal Project Profiles

  • Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

    Project Profile March 23, 2020

    When law firm Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) moved to Winnipeg’s newest high-rise tower in the heart of the city, the firm had a chance to modernize their new office space.

  • Cohen Rabin Stine Schumann LLP

    Project Profile May 20, 2015

    The New York-based law firm relocates to a new office in Times Square, retaining expansive city views and a light-filled space by mixing Reff Profiles™ and AutoStrada®.

  • Lewis, Rice & Fingersh

    Project Profile November 23, 2010

    This project for a St. Louis, Missouri law first features Florence Knoll Lounge Chairs, Barcelona® Chairs, MR Seating, Four Seasons Barstools and Pfister sofas.

  • DLA Piper

    Project Profile September 07, 2010

    This project for the San Francisco, California offices of an international law firm features The Graham Collection® and AutoStrada®.

  • Haynes and Boone, LLP

    Project Profile January 15, 2009

    This project for the Dallas, Texas offices of an international corporate law firm features AutoStrada® workstations.