A & L Goodbody Solicitors is a purpose built headquarters with uninterrupted south facing views onto the River Liffey. A series of commissioned works by leading Irish artists are exhibited to atrium circulation routes at each level, giving a unique vibrancy to the heart of the building, enjoyed by all who work there.
The axis of the main water feature is expressed by a bronze sculpture by Michael Warren. A tapestry, designed by Louis le Brocquy and woven in Aubusson, hangs behind the reception desk. The piece is titled Uccello and it is based on the orange tree in the painting 'Rout of San Romano' by Paulo di Bono.
Above the central garden, screen walls at each level display works by leading Irish artists, including Anne Madden, Richard Gorman, Michael Coleman, Ciaran Lennon and Charles Tyrell among others. These artworks are naturally lit by the overhead glass lattice cable roof structure which creates vibrant work spaces throughout the building.