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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 […]

Project Feature – Pega Salem

Pega is a long-time partner that challenges and grows our design practice. Having worked on the multi-phase redesign of their Cambridge location VC was excited to embark on Pega’s evolution with them. For their Salem, New Hampshire office, Pega aimed to stay true to their brand while also innovating—something the company strives for as a […]

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 […]

Project Feature – Heinemann

VCA 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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