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New Year, New Us

To ring in the new year – our designers have made some resolutions for 2020 to inspire, learn, motivate and create! At first glance, it may seem like these resolutions have nothing to do with our work, but in actuality they will help us grow as people, designers, and partners to our clients. Start a […]

The Workplace Evolution: How The Generational Shift Affects Workplace Design

Henry David Thoreau once famously wrote the words, “Things do not change; we change.” Now more than ever, we are experiencing change in the workforce. A generational shift is taking place as Traditionals and Boomers phase into retirement, making room for the incoming generation of Gen Z while sustaining a large amount of Millennials. In 2015, Millennials […]

Understanding the Resilient Workplace

Many work environments have all of the tools needed to create a successful workplace where employees can fully thrive. These tools range from tangible elements such as technology and furniture to immaterial elements including policy and communication. The key to creating a successful workplace – and also the area where many work environments fail in […]

What is Workplace Strategy?

Workplace strategy is a systematic approach to developing a planning strategy that aligns your company’s real estate goals, business initiatives and company culture. A successful strategic planning approach is based on two main principles: 1.  Create an experience in your workplace that both defines and encourages your culture for today       and tomorrow 2. […]

Immersive Planning: The Multifaceted and Sought-After Road to Change

Today’s workplace calls for the need to accommodate the continually changing functions of employees. Every day, employees take on diversified tasks that require different ways of communicating and working. Because of this, the workplace has evolved to require a group-based work style where knowledge and experience is highly valued alongside information and innovation. Immersive Planning […]

Inside a Designers Mind: Rendering Vs. Reality

A designer’s mind is a complex library of potential visions. As designers, we are visual thinkers and our brain’s work at a rapid pace to design the best solution for a space. However, it can be difficult for others to imagine what we as designers see as reality. Sometimes it can be hard to understand […]

Design(ers) @ Work: Beginning Of May

Another great month has gone by with the VC team busy working through the spring months towards summer! The Broadview Ventures project is nearing completion with construction wrapping up and the client moving in. Features of the new space include demountable glass office fronts and a large organic light fixture above a marble-topped conference table. Sherry […]

The Colors of Broadcom

The Broadcom project was a collaboration process between Newport Beach, California based designers Beck-Martin Architects and Visnick & Caulfield. Broadcom is a communication’s company that recently moved their offices to 200 Brickstone Square located in Andover, MA. The 22,400 SF interior fit out included multiple laboratory spaces, state-of-the-art audiovisual systems in each conference room, a bright […]

Design(ers) @ Work: February

With the first few snow storms behind us, we are happy to say that our projects are still pushing forward with no snow delays. Paul Ng, Principal and Cora Visnick, Designer have been visiting the progress at Pegasystems, Inc. (Pega) in Cambridge, ma. You may recall that VC completed the 175,000 SF office for the […]

VC Completes Kensington Capital Holdings Move into 177 Huntington

Visnick & Caulfield (VC) recently completed the new office space at 177 Huntington Avenue for Kensington Capital Holdings (KCH). The 177 Huntington Avenue Building, which was originally designed by I. M. Pei & Partners, has recently gone through a transformative revitalization lead by Beacon Capital Partners. The interior was designed to create a modern space […]

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