Carson Boxberger office by ASD, Fort Wayne – Indiana

November 16th, 2013 by retail design blog

ASD recently worked with Carson Boxberger on their office relocation in Fort Wayne, Indiana. ASD’s scope included full service design including furniture selection and specification. Carson Boxberger wanted their new office to showcase a cultural shift from a traditional environment to a modern, new environment. By utilizing glass front offices without doors, which is very unconventional for a law firm, ASD was able to transmit daylight internally while providing better connectivity to staff. The legal assistants and paralegals share similar work area configurations in an open plan environment.

Carson Boxberger is located at The Harrison, a new mixed-use building in Fort Wayne. Amenities in the space include a conference / entertainment facility that is multi-functional and overlooks the
new Parkview Field, home of the TinCaps, complete with a balcony. Their break room includes pivoting doors that open to the reception area to accommodate larger events on game day or other
times of the year.


http://www.asdnet.com/

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