Welcome to our Boston studio

Here in the home of the American Revolution, we’re proud of our rebel roots. We hold fast to our values—diversity, collaboration, and innovation—and we’re only half-joking when we tell people to run until apprehended, because we see our studio less like an office and more like a test lab. Ingenuity is embedded in the fabric of our practice, blurring traditional boundaries between disciplines. We take advantage of our city’s world-class academic institutions, actively seeking new perspectives for a fresh, dynamic atmosphere.

225 Franklin Street, Suite 700
Boston, Massachusetts 02110

t +1 (617) 478-0300

Local Impact
Through a chorus of voices committed to purpose, place, and perspective as a design ethos, we are creating a better future for our growing city.

View Boston is comprised of three floors of interior and exterior observation decks, hospitality venues, and interactive exhibitions offering a birds-eye view of the city.

We created a common, continuous thread of materials and details that wind through the observation, exhibit, and hospitality spaces to create a unifying framework of intuitive wayfinding.
"The Exchange at 100 Federal adds 21st-Century dynamism to the streetscape, welcoming passersby into its airy interior with its human scale and glass walls."
Jury Commentary, Harleston Parker People's Choice Award Winner, 2019
MIT's SoMa Development in Cambridge, Massachusetts is a complex urban collective of institutional, graduate residential, research, cultural, workplace, and retail components.
Values
Craft is the essence of our purpose.

Our hands-on collaborative environment is bolstered by the designers, creators, and thinkers that uphold these values through their work. The process of making, adoration of assembly, and celebration of the hand of the maker allow us to leverage materiality in search of unconventional solutions.

Culture
We foster growth and new perspectives.

We’re proud of what makes us different. In fact, we think it’s our unique backgrounds and varied experiences that contribute most to our vibrant, creative work environment. In our studio, you’ll have the opportunity to learn and grow both as a design professional and an individual through opportunities to engage with clients and colleagues both on- and off-site.

Studio
Our Boston studio is designed for collaboration, based on our philosophy that a workplace should be a "Living Design Lab."

It’s not easy to be your own client — that’s why the people-first design of our new studio is a direct reflection of our values that showcase and foster creativity. Much like a museum with an artist-in residence, we made strides to put our unique innovation on display throughout the entire space.

Our hardworking internal design team is at the heart of it all. We extend deep gratitude to: Jeannine Campbell, Interior Design Director; Laura Duenas, Lead Interior Project Designer; Gary Sherman, Project Manager; Corrie Chamberlin, Designer; Ritzo Law, Designer; and Alexandra Dupuy, Designer.

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Our Boston Leaders

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Yanel de Angel
Managing Director
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Eric Keune
Design Director
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Jeannine Campbell
Interior Design Director
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Andrew Grote
Operations Director
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Carolyn Cooney
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Patrick Cunningham
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David Damon
Higher Education
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Abby Gillespie
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Ron Gorham
Health
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William Harris
Regional Director
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Derek Johnson
Corporate and Commercial
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Jeffrey Keilman
Health
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James Levin
Science and Technology
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Jennifer McGrory
Corporate Interiors
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Matthew Pierce
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Brad Rogers
Planning and Strategies
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Stephen Sefton
Sports, Recreation and Entertainment
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Gautam Sundaram
Urban Design
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Brooke Trivas
K-12 Education
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Steven Webster
Science and Technology
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Jennifer Williams
Sports, Recreation and Entertainment
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Jeffrey R. Zynda
Science and Technology

Work by Boston

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Our Boston Studio
Boston, Massachusetts
Columbia Tennis Center
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Columbia University Philip & Cheryl Milstein Family Tennis Center
New York, New York
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Stoneham High School
Stoneham, Massachusetts
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View Boston
Boston, Massachusetts
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Early Resilient Framework Plan
Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
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The Exchange
Boston, Massachusetts
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Billerica Memorial High School
Billerica, Massachusetts
MIT Site 3
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SoMa Site 3 Lab Building
Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Phillips Academy Snyder Center
Andover, Massachusetts
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Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
Charlestown, Massachusetts
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Brimmer and May School Innovation Space
Newton, Massachusetts
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Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences Research and Education Campus
East Boothbay, Maine
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Wentworth Institute of Technology Schumann Library and Learning Commons
Boston, Massachusetts
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Keene State College Living and Learning Commons
Keene, New Hampshire
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University of Massachusetts Lowell University Crossing
Lowell, Massachusetts
Takeda
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Takeda Oncology Research and Development Headquarters
Boston, Massachusetts
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UC Law San Francisco The Academe at 198
San Francisco, California
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Indigo Research and Development Headquarters
Charlestown, Massachusetts
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Northwestern University Ryan Fieldhouse and Walter Athletics Center
Evanston, Illinois
Large stairs with bright colored shadows casting across the floor
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University of Alaska Fairbanks Wood Center Expansion and Renovation
Fairbanks, Alaska
South entrance of Pence Union Building
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Eastern Washington University, Pence Union Building
Cheney, Washington
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University of Victoria Student Housing and Dining
Victoria, British Columbia

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