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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 […]

Designer Feature – Rachel Wilson

For the past eight years, Rachel Wilson has served as a keystone member of the Visnick & Caulfield team. A true creative at heart, Rachel has always had an interest in design. Rachel’s interest in architecture came to light when she was just a child. Thanks to her uncle’s residential construction company, Rachel was able […]

Designer Feature – Cait Fitzsimmons

Cait Fitzsimmons is a hard-working and dedicated designer with a passion for all things architecture. Cait began her time with Visnick & Caulfield during her senior year of college as an intern and came on board full time after graduating. Cait is now continuing her education and is currently working on earning her master’s degree […]

VC Phase 2 Return

Back in mid-May VC issued its first return to office initiative. These initial steps of returning to the office included: limiting employees back in the office, one way path of travel, and relocation of appliances to maintain a 6-foot distance. As time has progressed, as a firm, we have adapted and enhanced the steps to […]

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 […]

Creating Culture; Choices that Improve the Workplace

Use of space is the number one tool that leadership teams overlook when managing an office. The workplace should be a proper representation of a company’s culture, their goals looking forward, and their branding standards. Dynamic workspaces influence positive behavior, and that behavior is the cornerstone of culture.

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 […]