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Sampson-Henricks Building


The office space conversion was a remodel of a street-level retail shell space within a three-story historic corner office building built in 1852 in downtown Austin on Congress Ave. The new space designed for a prominent law firm included a new client reception and waiting area, conference and meeting rooms as well as a staff kitchenette and break room. The main conference room, positioned in the outside corner of the space, is surrounded by fixed raised-panel half-lite wood double doors that were salvaged and repurposed from the previous retail space. Matching wood window blinds provide privacy as needed. A concealed roll-down projection screen was mounted in the ceiling coffer for use directly adjacent the conference table. The client chose a soft natural color palette throughout the space that accents the warm and rich stained finish of the fixed exterior wood door panels and new interior wood doors. For further information about this project, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email through our Contact page.


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Austin, Texas


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