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Covington Office Move Gives DC's Largest Firm Glass Walls, Tech

December 5, 2014, The National Law Journal

Covington is featured in this article regarding its recent move to CityCenterDC:

"Covington's new two buildings, about a 10-minute walk up 11th Street, attempt to reinvigorate professional camaraderie with gathering spaces and coffee spots. They also leave behind many of the visual cues that have come to mean Covington, from the rugs and art, much of which will be auctioned or sent to other offices, to a large portion of the library, to the bowling alley-like interior hallways that felt quiet on recent weekdays."

"The CityCenter offices include more than 70 high-tech meeting rooms, including a two-story crown jewel on the top floors facing 11th Street. Another conference space has video screens that make teleconference participants look like they're in the same room, and several conference rooms have custom wall-coverings — instead of framed art — including a raw leather tapestry that makes one meeting space smell like a high-end saddle shop."

"Light is a theme and hallmark for Covington's office architect LSM and its lead designer, Debra Lehman Smith. Also the vision behind Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr's soaring multistory lobby, Smith has outfitted Covington's floors with translucent interior walls and thin, white-and-taupe furniture." 

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