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Designer Feature – Veronica Emig

Meet one of Visnick and Caulfield’s newest additions, Veronica Emig. Veronica has been with VCA for just over three months now and is a now a vital member of our design team. Veronica is detail oriented, enjoys problem solving, and loves imagining the future of a space. Veronica has been designing for as long as […]

Integrated Design Process

What goes into architecture and design projects? If you’ve been through one, you might have an idea – first we start by talking about client wants and needs, then we present concepts, and we work our way down to the final details. But what goes on behind the scenes? When we refer to the design […]

Project Feature – Agero Inc.

Agero Inc. is a tech company leading the digitization of driver assistance services on a large scale, safeguarding consumers on the road through a combination of platform intelligence and human-powered solutions. With their new building in Medford, Agero Inc. knew they wanted to give up their traditional layout for a more open plan to promote […]

VCA Principal Jeff Seltzer is Retiring

After over 20 fantastic years with Visnick & Caulfield, VCA Principal Jeff Seltzer is entering retirement. To announce Jeff’s retirement is bittersweet – his level of knowledge and skill base is “legendary,” says long-time co-worker Burt Visnick. His over 30 years of experience include project management, architecture, and interior design with expertise in financial services […]

Decision Fatigue and Wayfinding in the Workplace

Decision fatigue, what is it and how does it impact you during the workday? The term decision fatigue, coined by Dr. Roy F. Baumeister, refers to the deteriorating quality of decisions made by an individual after prolonged mental activity. The result of continued decision-making throughout the day can lead individuals to make poor decisions as their mental fatigue increases. When decision fatigue occurs in the workplace, decreased productivity can be observed. So, the question remains, how can workplace design combat decision fatigue?

Project Feature – A Venture Capital Firm

Visnick & Caulfield designed the offices of a life science investment firm that wanted to make its unique art collection of glass sculpture the design focus. The space features a soft, minimal, and neutral palate to suit the artwork and provide a museum-like setting.   The layout was designed with innovation in mind and creates […]

Designer Feature – Sarah Jane Visnick

Meet Sarah Jane Visnick, a young designer with a passion for all things architecture and design. Sarah began her time at Visnick and Caulfield during the winter of 2016 for her first design internship. After completing three additional internships with other firms, Sarah made her way back to VCA in 2019 and has been a […]

Adaptive Reuse in Interior Office Spaces

While new buildings are continually cropping up for our clients to move into, we at VCA are also a team of designers who love to embrace an adaptive reuse project. The term “adaptive reuse” is the procedure of taking a building that was previously built for one purpose and redesigning and renovating it for a […]

Project Feature – 40 Warren Street

40 Warren Street in Charlestown, Massachusetts was an adaptive reuse project that saw a former parking garage transformed into a unique office space. VCA was hired to do an interior fit-out for a spec office suite, complete with pantry, conference rooms, huddle room, phone room, and collaboration space The use of a former garage presented […]

Designer Feature – Allison Hohn

Meet one of Visnick & Caulfield’s newest additions, Allison Hohn. Allison has been a part of VCA for just over two months and has already become a vital player on our design team. After nearly a decade in the publishing industry, Allison decided to change her professional path and go back to school to pursue […]