Not your parents’ CPA firm.
AMM’s mission – to be “like no other accounting firm in Spokane” – inspired the interior design of its office on the sixth floor of the historic Hutton Building in downtown Spokane. The firm desired a dynamic, inviting industrial-modern space atypical of a traditional accounting-firm office. In response, Bernardo|Wills Architects incorporated open ceilings with exposed mechanical ducts, custom workstations built of raw-metal panels and weathered wood, concrete-inspired flooring, a custom reception desk integrating sleek white quartz, and pendant lights.
The office features 15 private offices, 21 open-office workstations, three conference rooms, a breakroom and a multipurpose room. A contemporary color palette of dark and medium wood tones, raw-metal hues, soft cream and glossy white creates a sophisticated yet welcoming ambiance.
Natural light entering the large arched windows streams into the center of the office through full-height, full-width glass walls at the office entries. A narrow floorplate inspired a glass-enclosed casual conference room in the office’s core making the walls virtually disappear, keeping the space visually open.
The reception area, conference rooms, breakroom and multipurpose room are centrally located to foster interaction among employees.
- Client: Anastasi, Moore & Martin, PLLC
- Location: Spokane, Washington
- Size: 9,200 square feet
- Completed: 2016