Authored By: Krista Kemmerly
It can be misconstrued that having fine art in the law office goes unnoticed and is pointless.
During his work, with the Carbone Smolan Agency, he explains how delighted he is to have been able to design identities and websites for multiple major international law firms for decades now.
In his Huffington Post article, Carbone shares how having artwork in a law office allows a firm to show they can take a walk on the wild side. He says art can depict a wide range of experiences and ease stress in an environment that can be rather stressful.
Since the profession of law is a demanding one- filled with high energy and adrenaline, Carbone says it’s time to branch away from oak panels and neutral colors. He believes firms can use art to provide a reflection of their brand with the added bonus of taking away the intensity of an office environment. To read Ken Carbone’s Huffington Post article on art in legal offices, click here.
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