Manchester-based interior and branding studio NoChintz has completed the re-design of Lincoln House Chambers, Spinningfields.
Appointed as design partner and furniture, fixtures and equipment consultant by Lincoln House Chambers in 2012, NoChintz worked with property consultants OBI to advise a 70-strong team of barristers on developing the designs.
One of the main visual features at the new chambers is a reception desk and table made from leatherbound books. The idea for the concept came after Lincoln House Chambers become a paperless office in 2012, meaning it no longer needed its extensive library of reference books.
Leanne Wookey, design team manager at NoChintz, said: "This is one of our most exciting projects because we've been allowed to create something that breaks the convention of commercial premises in this sector.
"The Lincoln House Chamber barristers were fantastic in thinking outside of the norm to transform their space into a stylish, innovative workspace.
"We wanted to ensure that we helped facilitated the barristers new way of working."
NoChintz was established in 2007 and has since grown into a £1m plus design business in Manchester's Northern Quarter.