Peer from the 18th-floor windows of Armstrong Teasdale’s headquarters in Clayton, in the Centene Plaza tower. University City’s City Hall is visible and, beyond that, the Brookings Hall towers from stately Washington University. Forest Park is an obvious expanse of green with the Art Museum sticking up.
Though often heavily rooted in tradition, law firm design is a complex process that should be tied to a firm’s goals and culture. That’s the opinion of Dan Jay, an architect with Clayton-based Christner, and Jay should know.
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