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Designing for a Multi-Generational Workforce

With the increased presence of millenials in the workplace, companies have become focused on providing environments that address the needs of a multi-generational workforce. In terms of design, this has been introduced in the form of blending the traditional with the innovative and contemporary, often skewing more towards the traditional in the financial services industry […]

Announcing our Membership in the ONE Global Design Network

Visnick & Caulfield Associates is pleased to announce our membership in the ONE Global Design Network. ONE Global Design is a network of 17 principal-led architecture and interior design firms located in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Each firm is considered best-in-class in their respective market. As a part of ONE, we are able to […]

VC Designer Interviews: Daniela Maher Promoted to Senior Associate

We are excited to announce that longtime VC team member Daniela Maher has been promoted to Senior Associate. After graduating from Endicott College in 2007, she joined our team at Visnick & Caulfield and quickly became a key member of the firm. She has worked on many of our firm’s major projects in the Greater Boston area […]

Our Amadeus Space: A Cutting Edge Office Design Concept for Tech Companies

This fall, we completed a full scope, interior build out for the North American headquarters for technology company Amadeus, a global supplier of travel and tourism IT solutions located in the Bay Colony Corporate Center in Waltham, MA. The main goal for the 56,000 SF design was to create a space that would accommodate for each […]

Design(ers) @ Work: What Happened This Week at VC

Since the New Year Happy 2015! Take a look at what’s been happening in and out of the office at Visnick & Caulfield since the New Year.

Design(ers) @ Work: What Happened This Week at VC

Mid-December Happy Friday! Take a look at what happened in and out of the office the last couple of weeks at VC.

VC On: Considering Wayfinding In Design

Methods of wayfinding must be considered in design. As designers, it is our job to present a space that is easy to navigate, interpret, and understand. If our implementation of wayfinding design strategy is successful, it allows the end-user to not only know where they are in the space, but also guide them to their desired location […]

Keurig Green Mountain: Coffee, Culture, and Corporate Commitment

We have been working with Keurig Green Mountain for over eight years, designing numerous facilities for the coffee, brewers and beverages manufacturer. One of our recent projects with the company has been designing their main headquarters. Our objective for the multi-phase project has been to translate the culture, values and Keurig Green Mountain brand into a […]