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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 […]

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 […]

Remembering Long Visnick

Long Visnick was one of the original members of Visnick & Caulfield when the firm was formed in 1990. After five years—in recognition of her effort, spirit and passion for design—Long was elevated to Principal. Long was an incredible contributor, both in terms of design and as a strong force in establishing who Visnick & […]

COVID-19 Signage Guides Employees Through Protocols

Wayfinding is integral to offices to assist employees in orienting themselves within the space. New protocols surrounding COVID-19 and social distancing have upended the familiar territory of the office landscape. By creating specific COVID-19 signage and graphics that address these new protocols, employees will understand how to navigate a familiar space in an unfamiliar way. […]

Project Feature – A Private Family Foundation

For this private family foundation there was a strong desire to give the office a warm and open feeling. Using warm wood tones, soft lighting, and inviting furniture pieces the office is immediately welcoming. The design, optimized acoustics and the expansive views of Boston create a sense of peace and calm throughout the office. This […]

A Strong Client Partnership Makes for Design Success

As a firm, we value the client relationships we have made the last 30 years. We form a partnership with our clients to learn who they are. We let each individual company’s vision for their future guide our design. Our greatest successes are projects where our clients feel we created space that plans for current […]

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 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 […]

Design(ers) @ Work: Beginning Of March

Another month has gone by and we are starting to see flowers pop through the soil!  Read on to get some updates on a handful of our projects! Carpet is going down at the Pegasystems expansion project, providing a dynamic floor covering for the open office concept. Principal Paul discusses details with J. Calnan & […]

VC is recognized with the 2016 IIDA New England Interior Design Award for Best Office Design for 10,000 SF and Under Category

The New England Chapter of the IIDA presented Visnick & Caulfield (VC) with the 2016 Design Award for Best Office Design for 10,000 SF and Under Category for the recently completed Kensington Capital Holdings project located in the newly renovated 177 Huntington Avenue building in Boston, MA. The 9th annual IIDA New England Design Awards, […]

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