The Colors of Broadcom

The Broadcom project was a collaboration process between Newport Beach, California based designers Beck-Martin Architects and Visnick & Caulfield. Broadcom is a communication’s company that recently moved their offices to 200 Brickstone Square located in Andover, MA. The 22,400 SF interior fit out included multiple laboratory spaces, state-of-the-art audiovisual systems in each conference room, a bright […]

ONE Global Design What’s the Secret Sauce?

During the recent three day meeting of the 18-firm alliance of North American Architecture firms, which is now in their fifth year, revealed many interesting facts and forward movements for the upcoming year. ONE Global Design (OGD) has a total of nearly 700-professionals and combined revenues that would have placed OGD as the 6th-largest design […]

Manion Gaynor & Manning is Now Completed

When it came to designing a law firm for Manion Gaynor & Manning (MGM), VC took extra measures to design a space for their future needs while meeting a challenging budget and schedule. Materials were deliberately selected for their textures and colors, but were then manipulated and creatively used to emphasize clean and classic lines. […]

VC is recognized with the 2016 IIDA New England Interior Design Award for Best Office Design for 10,000 SF and Under Category

The New England Chapter of the IIDA presented Visnick & Caulfield (VC) with the 2016 Design Award for Best Office Design for 10,000 SF and Under Category for the recently completed Kensington Capital Holdings project located in the newly renovated 177 Huntington Avenue building in Boston, MA. The 9th annual IIDA New England Design Awards, […]

Gutierrez’s New Branding Shows Throughout Their Newly Renovated Space

When Gutierrez Company was looking to create an updated, timeless and elegant space that represents their new re-branded image this Boston based build-to-suit development expert reached out to Visnick & Caulfield.  The design for the space was to showcase Gutierrez’s experience, be a welcoming place for potential clients, have a contemporary but not trendy feel, […]

VC Project Award

Visnick & Caulfield is happy to announce the award for full scope design services for Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (NGKF). The firm will be relocating their Boston office to the 33rd floor of 225 Franklin Street. Bob Caulfield, Senior Principal, says that the project is “an opportunity that is very exciting for us and we certainly […]

VC Completes Kensington Capital Holdings Move into 177 Huntington

Visnick & Caulfield (VC) recently completed the new office space at 177 Huntington Avenue for Kensington Capital Holdings (KCH). The 177 Huntington Avenue Building, which was originally designed by I. M. Pei & Partners, has recently gone through a transformative revitalization lead by Beacon Capital Partners. The interior was designed to create a modern space […]

VC Completes the New 128 Technology Project

Designer Visnick & Caulfield recently completed Phase 1 of the 25,600 SF office space for 128 Technology, a startup technology company, located at 200 Wheeler, Burlington, MA. Phase I was for the completion of 16,000 SF with Phase II’s remaining 9,600 SF scheduled for construction later this year. VC provided full architectural design services including […]

Recently Completed Spec Space at One Boston Place

Visnick & Caulfield recently completed the design for a new Spec Space at One Boston Place. Located on the 32nd floor, it was designed to help CBRE-New England, the building’s Property Manager, to help prospective tenants visualize the space’s potential functionality and feel. The suite exhibits the possibility to accommodate various tenant programs by keeping […]

“Neighborhooding”: Breaking-Up a Linear Space Using Design and Architectural Elements

Designing a space within an interesting shaped building can be challenging, but sometimes we are faced with an opposing problem that the building is linear with minimal interest. This creates a scenario where the design could end up feeling like long, never-ending hallways of doors and offices (how boring!)   While break-out spaces are great […]