From the unique roofline it might seem there are several buildings. Actually, there is only one building that has a roofline consisting of nine pyramids. Although it appears that the pavilions are separate structures, the building has a unified floor plan consisting of several intersecting ovals.
The interior of the building is graced by two gardens that provide a very pleasing internal landscape of shrubbery and flowers. One of those gardens has its own pool. The internal gardens, open to the sky, provide light and air that enlivens the interior of several of the pavilions.The reception area has a soaring ceiling capped by a glass peak and brick walls that are accented by the soft glow of wall mounted lights. From that vantage point our clients and visitors are able to view the interior gardens.
A truly attractive feature of one of the pavilions is a library constructed as a room within a room. This pleasing architectural dimension permits access to our bound book collection without the stacks of shelves typically associated with traditional libraries. In our modern law firm, each of our 45 individual computer terminals has direct access to the latest version of computerized legal research software.
Anyone who is interested in touring the public areas of the Bathgate Wegener & Wolf, P.C. office will have that opportunity in conjunction with the upcoming immigration seminar that we will host.