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Employee Rituals Inform Change Communication

Rituals have the ability to reduce anxiety in the people who use them. Whether it is how we psych ourselves up for a big pitch or attend a networking event, rituals help to calm nerves in uncertain situations, set a tone for a day or moment, and strengthen bonds between team members. But rituals require […]

Project Feature – Doble Engineering

When Doble decided to move their headquarters, they saw the benefits of leaving the city of Boston. They settled on a single tenant, one story building in Marlborough, MA that boasts a high-bay addition with space for high-voltage testing and warehouse storage. VC designed the office, warehouse and lab spaces, but found synergy through color. […]

Designer Feature – Grace Santos

Grace Santos started with VC in February of 2020 as a designer. A native of Honduras, Grace moved to Massachusetts in 2010 to study for her Associates Degree in Art & Design from Mount Wachusett Community College, after which she transferred to Wentworth Institute of Technology for her bachelor’s degree. The big move was spurred […]

Evolution of Spatial Standards Post-COVID-19

People throughout modern history have studied how the body relates to the built environment. From da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man (c 1490) to Neufert’s Architects’ Data (1936) the desire to use geometric shapes to describe the human form and the space around it is evident. The human body and its relation to space create spatial standards, […]

Project Feature – A Venture Capital Firm

Coinciding with their mission, this venture capital firm made its unique art collection, glass sculptures that replicate the structure of various virus’, the focus of the office’s design. To suit the artwork and provide a museum-like setting, the space was designed with a soft, minimal and neutral palate with light woods. The minimalism of the […]

Design(ers) @ Work: Beginning of November

We’ve been very busy here at the office and we’d love to share what we’ve been up to these past few weeks. Scott Kligerman and Cora Visnick went to check out the framing progress at one of our projects located in Waltham, MA.  As you can see Scott approves! This year VCers pulled together to […]

Vantiv’s Expansion at Cross Point

VC was recently hired by Vantiv, a company that provides secure payment processing solutions, to expand and redesign their space to reflect their new branding standards and incorporate a more open office environment. Vantiv wanted to move away from their current corporate norm of the build-out of exterior offices and high paneled workstations. The new […]

Designing for a More Collaborative Office Space

As technology and the newest generation continue to enter the workforce, offices are becoming increasingly less static. Take a step into a newly-designed open office and you will find that workers can seamlessly cycle through various work modes with great ease. Matched by the shift toward open office environments, more focus has been given to […]

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 […]

Design(ers) @ Work: End Of September

Happy Fall! As the leaves begin to turn and the temperature drops, Visnick & Caulfield is busy at 500 Boylston Street. Take a peek into our office and see what we’ve been up to this past month.   The designers at VC have been experimenting with our newly renovated office space. Our former storage room […]

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