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Project Feature – 25 Mall Road

This beautifully designed space is the new Executive Briefing Center for Pegasystems. Pega is a software company with a strong outward-facing brand; as such, our designers collaborated with the company throughout the project to develop a space that would be functional for staff and welcoming for clients.

The Feature Wall

Surely you’ve seen it before – a show stopping water feature, a flourishing green wall, or a jaw dropping wallcovering. But besides looking nice, what does a feature wall do for a space? First impressions are critical. Feature walls can guide and orient guests or communicate messages about company culture and brand. Whether those messages […]

The Power of the Interconnecting Stair

Also called “monumental stair”, “grand stair”, or “integrated stair”, interconnecting stairs span multiple levels within one grand space (in this case, an office suite). The increase in popularity of monumental stairs can be attributed to focal points of modern design : wellness and collaboration. A large interconnecting stair is more than a means of moving […]

Project Feature – Private Consulting Agency

Distance draws no boundary for design. Visnick & Caulfield proved this true with a long time client’s Montreal location. The first of many projects that persevered through the COVID-19 crisis, this space was designed with a focus on flexible working space, employee engagement, and retention. Throughout the floor plan you’ll find reservable desks, single person […]

Project Feature – Imprivata

VC completed the 75,000 square foot headquarters for Imprivata in Waltham, MA. Spread over two floors, the central feature of the space is the monumental stair connecting the reception to the café. The stair’s architecture features platform seating on three sides and a stage that overlooks the café seating. This gathering feature is not only […]

Designing Responsibly

In the fast-paced world of corporate interiors, many diverse goals must align to produce a successful and purposeful project. The triple bottom line – a focus on the social and environmental, alongside the economic – is often important to many of our clients. Designing responsibly, with a keen eye toward budget, people, and the planet, […]

Project Feature – Atlas Venture

In 2014, Visnick & Caulfield began the process of helping Atlas Venture relocate to their current office in Cambridge. Four years later, the direct investment company decided it was time for a refresh and brought VCA back to help update their space. One of the main priorities of this project was to create a modern […]