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Project Feature – Heinemann

VC recently completed the offices for Heinemann, a teaching company in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. When designing a space for the publisher of resources for educators, the goal was to create a space that is both professional and inviting. The client’s philosophy is one of inclusivity and a dedication to teaching excellence, and the new space […]

The Flexible Needs of Labs

  The past ten years Boston has witnessed a boom in lab design. The city has become known for its cutting-edge research and scientific developments being published by its labs. As the demand for lab space in and around the Boston area has boomed, VC has gained valuable insight on what the future of lab […]

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 […]

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 […]

Project Feature – Sosolimited

Sosolimited prides themselves on building connections through creativity and technology. When tasked with designing their new office space, Visnick & Caulfield was met with the physical challenge of two buildings coming together. Not only did the space provide challenges, but the client wanted to preserve the history of the building. Brick walls and original tin […]

The Future of Virtual Reality

The further we delve into the 21st century, the more technology influences the design process. Most recently, following the introduction of 3D BIM modeling, virtual reality and augmented reality have solidified their role in interior design. The terms virtual and augmented reality capture a variety of technologies. Some virtual reality includes an all-encompassing headset, while […]

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 – Replimune

Replimune was in search of a new, cutting edge office space. When they inherited an existing office space with strong bones, they came to Visnick & Caulfield to determine how to integrate their company’s culture. The existing office space was outfitted with sleek black office fronts that fit right into Replimune’s vision. With a strong […]

UV Light– The future of Battling COVID-19?

Ultraviolet, UV, is a form of electromagnetic radiation. UV radiation results in both chemical and biological effects, which have healing properties when used in moderation. UV light is a form of radiation that has been more recently explored in efforts to help combat COVID-19. The benefits of UV lighting in the built environment may have […]

Designer Feature – Daniela Maher

Daniela has been part of the Visnick and Caulfield team since 2007. This past June marked her 13th year with us, and throughout her experience, she has proven herself a vital member of the VC team. Daniela completed her degree in Interior Design at Endicott College. Daniela has had an affinity for interior design from […]