A dynamic aesthetic and strategic lighting dominate the feel of our 1998 design for the offices of Citizens Energy Corporation. Using large sweeping curves, we carved space for the company’s daily business activities, as well as their significant art collection.
Week 07: Happy Friday! Take a look at what happened in and out of the office this week at VC.
This Friday, we’re flashing back to 1999 when we designed Boston law firm Lawson & Weitzen’s harbor front office space. The firm’s prime spot on Black Falcon Pier offered a natural ambience for us to develop a space reminiscent of the workplace views.
Week 06: Happy Friday! Take a look at what happened in and out of the office this week at VC.
In 2000, the Trammell Crow Company was ranked one of the nation’s largest managers of commercial real estate for the eleventh consecutive year. Prestige like that requires a working environment that is indicative of magnificent corporate presence. Our VC team was thus retained to provide the company with an office space that would match their […]
Week 05: Happy Friday! Take a look at what happened in and out of the office this week at VC.
In 1999, leading in home satellite television provider Pegasus Satellite TV hired our team to design their company headquarters. On the brink of the new millennium, the space was designed with innovation and technology in mind.
Jenna Boscio jumped right into her career as an interior designer at VC, after graduating from college in May. But Jenna is not completely new to our team; she was a design intern at VC for eight months before joining the team full-time. Get to know a little bit more about Jenna here:
Week 04: Happy Friday! Take a look at what happened in and out of the office this week at VC.
In 1999 IKON Office Solutions, a premier high-end copier company, turned to our team to design the space of their new showroom and offices located within a window laden ground floor office in Boston’s financial district. The challenge was to create a space that was more than just a place of business, but rather an architectural reflection of […]