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Designer Feature – Cora Visnick

Cora has been with V&C formally for 5 years but she has been immersed in the world of architecture and design since childhood. Growing up on job sites and using floor plans as coloring books, Cora fell in love with watching drawings and plans come to life in the form of beautiful, functional spaces. After […]

Designer Feature – Fenglei Zheng

Fenglei has been a core member of the Visnick & Caulfield team since the early years of the company. Fenglei has a background in architecture, which she studied at Tsinghua University. She recounts her interest in the field of design beginning with a love for art.   Growing up surrounded by a household of engineers, Fenglei’s inspiration to enter the field was influenced through a combination […]

Project Feature – Womble Bond Dickinson

Womble Bond Dickinson called for warmth, privacy, and functionality within a space that was dictated over 50% existing to remain. After discovering the client’s affinity for the brick and beam look, Visnick & Caulfield set out to strike the balance between a residential and a commercial feel. The building’s original structure was met with inviting […]

The Importance of the Office

  March 2020 marked the beginning of the COVID-19 national emergency. It simultaneously feels like it was yesterday, but also a lifetime ago. Life seemingly changed overnight, and the conventional office environment was uprooted. The once busy rush hour commute went silent, and the buzz of the city disappeared in the blink of an eye. […]

Project Feature – Parthenon Capital Partners

For this private equity firm, the goal was to capture a clean, modern aesthetic without losing warmth and comfort. Pairing the cool concrete and sharp black metal with warm wood tones helped the space maintain this balance. The polished concrete also serves as a form of wayfinding, winding from the entry through the main passage […]

Collaboration in COVID-19’s Virtual World

Collaboration is an essential part of workplace culture. Working together increases and strengthens satisfaction, morale, and productivity in the office. In this new hybrid workplace, employees may be collaborating from various remote locations and the need for quality communication has never been more important. As designers and employees alike, COVID-19 has forced us to rethink […]

COVID-19 Signage Guides Employees Through Protocols

Wayfinding is integral to offices to assist employees in orienting themselves within the space. New protocols surrounding COVID-19 and social distancing have upended the familiar territory of the office landscape. By creating specific COVID-19 signage and graphics that address these new protocols, employees will understand how to navigate a familiar space in an unfamiliar way. […]

A Strong Client Partnership Makes for Design Success

As a firm, we value the client relationships we have made the last 30 years. We form a partnership with our clients to learn who they are. We let each individual company’s vision for their future guide our design. Our greatest successes are projects where our clients feel we created space that plans for current […]

30 Years of Building Relationships through Design

Visnick & Caulfield was built on a foundation of trust and friendship. Bob Caulfield and Burt Visnick’s partnership began in 1980. Bob worked at a local architecture firm where Burt had just started as an intern. Their proximity to one another grew into a friendship; a friendship that was forged over Friday lunches with the […]

Boston Based, International Footprint

VC: Boston-based Design Firm with an International Footprint For 30 years, Visnick & Caulfield (VC) has been rooted in Back Bay. Because of our ties to the city, the majority of our projects are in and around Boston and Cambridge. These projects are clustered in Back Bay, Downtown/Financial District, Seaport, and Kendall Square/Innovation District. Our […]

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