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The Least Law Office-Like Law Office Ever is Filled With Sharks

While aggressively quirky offices have fast become the norm for tech startups, media giants, and even the occasional powerplant company, law offices, it seems, have always had a certain buttoned-up, strictly-business aesthetic to adhere to. Ready to challenge those rigid parameters, though, is the wonderfully weird NYC-based Axiom Law, which bucks mahogany desks and plush club chairs for a hodgepodge of groovy, beachy style. Decorated by Local firm BHDM Design, the workspace is split up into living room-style lounges across a suite in the historic Puck Building, all furnished in 70s-print couches, adirondack chairs, and a few brightly colored sharks suspended from the ceiling.

Since the glossy rows of desks are relegated to a single sunny hall in the middle, the kitchen, cafeteria, and bar are free to take up most of the space with amphitheater-style seating, Pinterest-worthy moss graffiti (really, it's a weirdly popular thing), and—best of all—stools upholstered in astroturf. To match the sharks, of course. Take the full tour, this way.

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