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Location:

Burlington, MA

Area:

35,000 sf

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

3D Visualizations

Project Management

Custom Millwork Design

Programming & Visioning

Partners:

Boston Light Source, Mannington Carpet, WB Engineers, Mousam Valley Millwork, Bowdoin Construction, Bentley Carpet

Photographer:

Zac Sargent

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Endurance International Group

Endurance International Group sought out Fusion Design Consultants for the 1st floor expansion of their headquarters in Burlington Massachusetts. EIG originally occupied the top two floors of their building and this project was an opportunity to expand Endurance International Group’s workspace as well as create a new main entry area that highlights EIG’s culture from the moment one walks through the door. 

In addition to enhancing EIG’s brand, a major goal for this renovation was flexibility. The space lacked a place to suitably hold “all hands meetings”, so the new lobby design was an opportunity to integrate custom stadium seating that serves to gather the entire company together and also provide space for small groups to informally meet. 

Instead of traditional seating and a boardroom, the lobby space features a vibrant coffee bar and garage-door fronted conference room, both elements speaking to EIG’s culture and workforce demographic. 

A new custom staircase surrounded by banquette seating and highlighted by bold copper pendants creates a vital link between the first and second floors. The resulting effect of all these design elements is a cohesive and vibrant workplace that inspires and represents EIG’s energetic and collaborative culture.

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Location:

Wellesley, MA

Area:

18,000 SF

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

3D Visualizations

Custom Millwork Design

Building Repositioning

Environmental Graphics

Brand Identity

Photographer:

William Horne

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Wellesley Gateway

The recently completed renovations to Wellesley Gateway focused on repositioning and rebranding this existing suburban office building. Fusion’s designs created new amenity spaces and the concept introduced hospitality-inspired elements throughout the design of these new spaces. The Lounge and informal meeting spaces were created utilizing varying furniture styles, decorative lighting, area rugs, custom millwork and wallcoverings to create interesting and comfortable spaces. The new Coffee Bar amenity was designed featuring graphic walls and millwork details to enhance the brand and identity of Wellesley Gateway. An existing Café was also enhanced with new lighting, flooring and furniture that created a central focus within the space while endeavoring to draw the eye to the inviting outdoor patio space.  

Custom graphics and branding were also incorporated into the Fitness Center to create a sense of energy and exhilaration.  The existing common areas received new signage and wayfinding as well - designed to enhance the brand, assist clients and visitors and maintain the vibrant identity throughout.

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Location:

Cambridge, MA

Area:

4,000 SF

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Space Planning

3D Visualizations

Project Management

Custom Millwork Design

Photographer:

William Horne

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MORSE Corp.

MORSE Corp, a technology company located in Cambridge, aimed to move into a new office space of 4,000 SF that would clearly reflect their mission and identity. With this in mind, Fusion created a unique, innovative workplace with a cohesive and creative design that stood apart from other surrounding tech companies. Openness and maximizing natural light were vital goals from the beginning, as the generous window line offers stellar views across the Charles River to Boston. Minimal buildout, exposed painted deck, and glass fronts allowed for these goals to be achieved throughout the project.  

The MORSE-blue and other associated brand colors were significant factors in selecting the finishes for the project, with splashes of the blue used in flooring, glass, paint, and custom cabinetry. The main entrance is designed as the centerpiece of the office, using the dramatic angled wood slat ceiling cloud mirrored by blue vinyl-woven flooring, both connected vertically on each end by blue glass. The blue glass panels repeat within each enclosed lounge-like meeting room and are used as markerboards for MORSE’s frequent brainstorming and working sessions.  

The finishes, lighting, and spatial layout come together to create a bright, energetic, and dynamic design that reflects the impactful and enthusiastic spirit of this unique company.

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Location:

Medford, MA

Area:

2,600 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Custom Millwork Design

Building Repositioning

Brand Development

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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10 Cabot Road Entrance and Lobby Redesign

Fusion was hired to reposition the building with a new brand identity, interior lobby design, monument and wayfinding signage.  The overall design began with a rebranding exercise and inspiration for the logo and decorative motifs were taken from the shape of the building.  The new illuminated monument sign directs visitors and tenants to the parking lot entry and a new colorful building sign gives the building recognition and emphasizes the main entrance.

Major renovations to the exterior of the building provided spaces for outdoor seating and collaboration spaces. New custom planters define the outdoor patio. The logo icon is introduced in the custom stainless steel bollards, which adds a unique design element and softly illuminates the main entry.

The lower level façade was demolished and rebuilt to provide more area for internal seating.  Large spans of frameless glass were added to brighten up the previously dim lobby. Once at the main entry, modern finishes catch the eye and comfortable seating areas serve as a way to energize the space.

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Location:

Andover, MA

Area:

6,500 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Custom Millwork Design

Building Repositioning

Environmental Graphics

3D Visualization

Brand Identity

Photographer:

Neil Alexander Photography

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One Tech & Two Tech Drive

The recently completed common area renovations at One & Two Tech Drive have transformed once dark and dated buildings into light, modern and vibrant gathering spaces in keeping with the repositioning goals of the campus.

For One Tech, the team sought to establish a project vision that highlighted the natural light within the common areas and took material inspiration from the natural setting of the campus.

The elevator shaft is the major focal point with rich wood cladding and accent lighting greeting the visitor as they walk through the main entrance. A new sculptural staircase connects to the second floor and anchors a new grab-and-go kiosk. Various new seating areas in the lobby provide distinctive zones for meeting and socializing.

The renovation at Two Tech includes a refresh of the existing lobby with new art, furniture and a complementary finish palette. The biggest impact is the renovated cafe, including a new large glass wall that provides maximum visibility from the lobby.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Scope:

Building Repositioning

Brand Development

Visual Identity

Environmental Graphics

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41 Winter Visual Identity

Attracting new tech tenants.

Blinker Branding was brought on to create an attention grabbing visual identity that would stand out amongst all other establishments residing on Winter Street. Our goal was to create a memorable and recognizable identity for the building that would highlight the building’s entrance and attract new occupants.

As 41 Winter is the home to many tech companies, Blinker kept this in mind while designing a contemporary logo. The result was a simplified design with the use of implied line and high contrast for an eye-catching brand.

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Location:

Waltham, MA

Area:

2,000 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Project Management

Custom Millwork Design

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Bruce Martin Photography

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The Foot + Ankle Store

Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Orthopedics chose Fusion Design Consultants Inc. to create a retail shop at their Waltham campus. The new Foot + Ankle Store is an extension of the services MGH offers at that satellite location.

As a collaboration of both our interior design and graphic design teams, the goal of the project was to encourage a feeling of openness, accessibility and to promote sales.

Using bright finishes, a fresh color palette and decorative light fixtures, the store evokes the same perception of fitness and health that its products promote. The challenge in this project was to create a space that is modern and customized while also embracing the functionality that is required of a retail store. With the help of the graphics and detailed architecture, the union between artistry and practicality is seamless.

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Firm:

Advertising Agency

Area:

4,000 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Space Planning

Programming & Visioning

Existing Conditions Analysis

Partners:

Tremont Interiors

Awards:

IIDA New England Design Awards Best in Massachusetts 2016

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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The Fantastical

Combining Reality with Something Magical.

The Fantastical is a brand advertising agency that occupies the entire fourth floor of the iconic Yankee Publishing Building located in Haymarket Square. Fusion designed a space that includes

30 dramatic chandeliers, bamboo hardwood floors, chair rails throughout, and an oversized dining room table made from refurbished doors to create an eclectic residential feel.

More than ever it is crucial for today's office space to reflect the personality of its inhabitants. It was clear to Fusion's design team that The Fantasticals creative team is fueled by "unrestrained imagination," which led to a unique design solution that supported and motivated their inventive work philosophy.

Due to restrictions of the historical building and the desire to maintain the open floor plan, Fusion created floor-to-ceiling screens made from conduit piping, which are the design highlight of the space. The screens provide power and privacy for each workstation, while still allowing light to filter through them. The industrial screens provide a dramatic juxtaposition with the elegant chandeliers that populate the exposed ceilings, giving the space a refined yet edgy personality.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

12,000 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Space Planning

Furniture Specifications

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Transwestern

Brokering the Deal.

Transwestern sought to relocate their office to accommodate company growth and selected Fusion to help redefine its spatial and aesthetic needs. Fusion and RBJ worked together closely to devise a program and floor plan that enabled greater collaboration and work efficiency.

Transwestern works on the credos of ‘Better Relationships’, ‘Better Place to Work’ and ‘Better Coverage’. Always keeping this in mind, Fusion designed a “Better Space’ following their belief that “Better is Bigger”.

Extensive glass walls allow interoffice transparency and open exterior views, while a central café and commons encourage personal interaction. The themes of transparency and collaboration are inherent in this space and are brought to life with several of the aesthetic creations. A floor-to-ceiling aerial map mounted on glass is an impressive focal point and a dynamic register of project locations.

The material palette includes clear glass, blue glass and white surfaces with contrasting rich highlights of wood, marble, and textured wall covering. This successful commercial real estate firm was able to confirm that ‘better’ certainly turned out to ‘bigger’.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

5,600 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Custom Millwork Design

Custom Furniture Design

Programming & Visioning

Photographer:

Zac Sargent

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Piper Jaffray

A Dimensional Experience.

The quickly growing investment bank and asset management firm turned to Fusion to design their new Boston office. Fusion was charged to create a design which combined more traditional materials with modern and refined elements. The design incorporates 3 dimensional features in the custom wood office fronts as well as the detailed reception area ceiling. In addition, Fusion designed a custom reception desk of marble and stone and integrated custom millwork in the board room.

All elements of the project showcase how Fusion worked closely with Piper Jaffrey to incorporate their corporate standards in a new and innovative way.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

800 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Tower Point

Fusion redesigned the Tower Point lobby to reclaim its street level presence and high traffic location in addition to providing an inviting interior communal gathering space.

The building was originally constructed in 1877 as a manufacturing building. The property underwent an extensive redevelopment in 1988.  Tower Point completed this additional aesthetic upgrade to take further advantage of tenant relocations and the high demand for brick and beam office buildings in the Seaport District. 

The design by Fusion has created a light, open, volumetric space at ground level rising through the second story. Sleek, white back painted glass and high gloss metal accents contrast with the natural brick and reclaimed wood, adding warmth to the modern refresh. The new lighter finishes, in conjunction with contemporary upholstered chairs in pops of red and the custom map graphic, are the major highlights of the new space.

The new design also addressed wayfinding by adding a digital built in screen with tenant directory information that all visitors appreciate nowadays.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

7,600 s.f.

Partners:

Idea Paint, Corderman & Co., Lincoln Prop. Company, Shaw Carpet Contract, Cosentini Engineers

Awards:

Design is Shaw Contract Award 2014

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Idea Paint

Designed to Enhance the Brand.

Fusion designed IdeaPaint’s new 7,600 square foot work space to seamlessly blend elements of a working showroom and a collaborative office environment. Nearly two-thirds of the space is enhanced with writable surface, offering a real-time demonstration of IdeaPaint’s myriad applications.

The entry is an informal, approachable reception area – a “hello space” – which sets the tone for the vibrant and open office space. Comfortable seating and writable surface on the signature blue wall give employees a space for interaction and self-expression. The heart of the office is the communal café which provides viable work and meeting space as well as a fun get-away for employees. With a bold soffit, lighting and oversized communal table, the cafe encourages inspired thinking and flexible “on the spot” interaction between co-workers.

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Location:

Cambridge, MA

Area:

1,206 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Building Repositioning

Existing Conditions Analysis

Environmental Graphics

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675 Mass Ave.

Green with Envy.

Fusion’s design for the 675 Massachusetts Avenue lobby is a hip, modern show stopper befitting it’s Cambridge address. This pivotal Central Square location hosts this great building built in 1961. The once dark and awkward lobby is now bright, user friendly and welcoming. A tangle of visitor stanchions has been replaced with a beautiful planter that gently leads guests to the new stone and wood reception desk where they check in before proceeding to the elevators.

Custom wood ceiling baffles and large-scale wall art provide warmth and texture, while the new back painted glass elevator wall lends a ‘techy’ feel to the lobby.  Cambridge has become the new home for many high-tech businesses, fueled by the proximity to a world-class engineering and science focused university (and the skilled graduates that it turns out).

Fusion brought 675 Mass Ave into the 21st century and created a lobby that welcomes all those who venture in. From top to bottom the renovation reflects the importance of fine details and engaging material choices that come together to create a dramatic first impression for occupants and guests.

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Location:

Concord, MA

Area:

33,000 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Space Planning

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Existing Conditions Analysis

Environmental Graphics

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Avention

One Source for Attracting New Talent.

One of the primary goals of Fusion's renovation of Avention's existing office space, was to create an environment that supported the company's initiative for attracting new talent. This was accomplished through an exciting and bold palette of new finishes, as well as careful space planning efforts that encouraged collaboration and interaction between staff members.

The company was undergoing a re-branding effort concurrent with the design process, so the project served as a logical canvas on which to display new branding efforts and graphic material.

The project was also designed with flexibility in mind. With anticipated growth, Fusion utilized architectural wall systems in key transitional spaces so that department footprints could be adjusted and expanded as necessary.

As Avention’s objective was to attract new talent, Fusion needed to assure their space would accommodate the anticipated growth and would be viable and relevant into the future. The goal of encouraging collaboration and synergy within the staff was realized by the new space planning that was far more dynamic and efficient.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

5,300 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Pandora Media

The emergence of the digital media workplace!

Pandora Media’s new sales office in downtown Boston demonstrates our expertise in interior design and furniture and finish specification in a prototypical digital media workplace. Fusion provided complete design services for Pandora Media’s local office, including interior design that focused on a free and fluid work space.

The program mainly called for open work space, with more private meeting and call rooms for employee interactions or private conversations. By situating all the workstations on the interior perimeter of the space we allowed natural light to fill the office and stunning views of the city to be seen. One of the design features Fusion created is built in window seats located around the perimeter windows.

It was very important to the client to show city pride and portray concepts of music in a high-energy space designed to motivate the company’s sales team. One of the ways Fusion conveyed Boston’s rich musical history was in designing private meeting rooms, dubbed “sound studios”, that provide an escape from the music streaming throughout the open office space. The larger meeting rooms are named after Boston music venues such as Great Woods, The Garden and Fenway – some quintessential area landmarks. 

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

55,000 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Space Planning

Project Management

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Awards:

LEED Silver Certification

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Harvard Pilgrim Institute

A unique collaboration between Harvard Pilgrim and Harvard Medical School.

Harvard Pilgrim Institute's new 55,000 sf space at the Landmark Center was designed with the goal of providing a wide range of meeting space options within close proximity of all employee workspaces. Space requirements ranged from small, private “one on one” meeting spaces, to informal break areas and large flexible conference facilities with multi-function AV infrastructure. Meeting spaces are gathered around the circulation core as well as interspersed within pods of interior offices so that natural light from the perimeter is able to penetrate into the open office environment. By providing many different meeting settings with various levels of privacy, the space allows for fluid interaction among the different research teams. In addition, the office layout is open and flexible and allows for growth and change as the different departments evolve.

HPI's prior office space was separated on two different floors and lacked the connection that is so crucial to any organization. Not only did the move unite HPI on one floor, the overall plan layout further emphasizes movement and a sense of community through the central circulation core that stitches together common areas like meeting areas, cafés and reception. The end result is a modern, bright, functional workplace characterized by vibrant colors and a sense of openness and connectivity. In addition, energy performance, sustainable materials and construction practices allowed the space to achieve LEED Silver Certification.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

15,100 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Space Planning

3D Visualizations

Project Management

Furniture Specifications

Existing Conditions Analysis

Partners:

Lake contracting, Office Works Furniture, JLL

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Haug Partners

Jones Lang Lasalle selected Fusion to design a new office interior on behalf of their law firm client, Haug Partners. The firm was preparing for significant growth; they wanted a space that would attract new employees, impress their clients, and speak to their brand.

The focus of the space was the reception and client facing areas. As soon as you enter the space, you are greeted by a sea of white marble tile flooring. The space is bright and sleek. There is a defined lounge area with integrated millwork and blue vintage inset carpet to add a pop of color to the otherwise monochromatic scheme. The wood tones in the furnishing and millwork provide warmth to the space and the custom, rounded reception desk guides you down the hall towards the client meeting spaces. The dark carpet in the meeting rooms can be seen through the full glass walls and doors, providing contrast and depth to the bright reception and corridor. The large boardroom at the end of the client area is furnished with reconfigurable tables and a retractable wall for maximum flexibility. This highly functional, multipurpose meeting space is located on the corner of the building for optimized daylight and is further enhanced by the view overlooking Boston Harbor.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Firm:

Commercial Real Estate Services

Area:

13,000 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Space Planning

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Environmental Graphics

Partners:

Creative Office Pavilion, Paradigm Construction, Illuminate Lighting

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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NAI Hunneman

Cornering the Market.

Fusion was selected by Commercial Real Estate firm NAI Hunneman to re-envision their existing Boston headquarters. The goal was to create a newly energized space to impress visitors and clients, as well as to attract new, young talent.

A primary goal was to create additional meeting and collaborative space without greatly impacting existing office and workstation layout. Beyond this, bringing natural light into the space and maximizing the suite’s impressive views was an important element to the design. The resulting space includes an efficient yet impactful entry, a wide variety of conference rooms and a large open pantry/meeting space that fosters interaction and collaboration among staff.

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Location:

Cambridge, MA

Area:

25,000 s.f

Scope:

Interior Design

Space Planning

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Zac Sargent

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Blackbaud

A bright dose of local color.

Fusion worked closely with Blackbaud to determine the best workplace strategy for their transition to a predominantly open space plan. The suite was designed to maximize atrium and exterior views and create an open and vibrant workspace for all employees. The centerpiece of the suite is the café. Its extensive water views and patio access, expansive island bar top, striking pendant fixtures and bold finishes come together to create a dramatic gathering space.

Blackbaud’s vision is to power an ecosystem of good that builds a better world. Fusion’s vision was to power their office ecosystem and therefore, employees, to build a better working environment. The modern, clean and airy layout is the perfect backdrop for bright colors and “Boston inspired” custom graphics, all echoing the fundamentals of Blackbaud’s corporate identity.

Adding a bit of color to their ‘green’ image was the perfect solution to helping this non-profit find their corporate voice and brand. Fusion is always able to find that perfect note to make your business sing.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

1,600 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Space Planning

Custom Millwork Design

Furniture Specifications

Existing Conditions Analysis

ADA Compliance Surveys

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Norman B. Leventhal Center at Boston Harbor Hotel

Situated in the iconic Boston Harbor Hotel, the Visitor’s Center was designed as a community space with multiple uses. The challenge was to program the space in a way that would be multi-functional. Movable partitions and flexible furniture arrangements allowed this space to be transformed from an open gathering area to a private meeting space in seconds.

The design inspiration was taken from the harbor itself, abstracted and modernized. The ceiling and walls are a nod to the undulating waves in the harbor; dynamic angles in the ceiling and walls transform typically flat surfaces into something that not only represents the water but also calls out the concept of the space itself, always moving and changing. A custom cut woven vinyl flooring showcases an outline of the Boston coastline and a custom glass backsplash takes cue from the sunlit water of the harbor itself.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

6,700 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Space Planning

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Existing Conditions Analysis

Photographer:

Zac Sargent

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Paradigm Properties

Peeling Back the Years

Fusion worked with Paradigm Properties, a commercial real estate developer and property management firm, to design their Boston office. Paradigm had recently purchased the building ― 101 Tremont ― and wanted to create a flexible, collaborative headquarters.

The building, located in a historic area adjacent to the Boston Common, was in need of some attention. After years of previous alterations, much of the historic appeal of the building was completely hidden. The existing drywall and dropped ceilings were peeled away to expose beautiful finished ceilings, brick and even exposed steel columns. The design and finishes were selected to compliment and highlight the integrity of these classic features.

Fusion’s design features a central café space directly off of the main entrance to act as a hub for all Paradigm's employees. The placement of this hub reflects the notion that Paradigm embraces and encourages employee collaboration ― a strong image of who they are as a company. This large space allows multiple meetings to happen simultaneously and is also used for office wide events as well as industry events hosted by Paradigm.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

27,440 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Furniture Specifications

Environmental Graphics

Awards:

LEED Gold Certification 2014, ASID Design Excellence Award 2013

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Veolia Energy North America

Creating Energy for an Energy Company.

Fusion’s design for Veolia Energy’s new headquarters is a fresh take on the modern office. Understanding Veolia’s complete range of environmental solutions, Fusion created the flexible work environment that was crucial to their work style and work-life. A communal kitchen and very distinctive boardroom and reception area are all key design features.

Offices and conference rooms are surrounded by floor to ceiling glass with a contemporary custom film design, filling the space with natural light.  Natural light is very conducive to an energy company bent on replenishing resources. Wood ceiling systems, natural finishes and a unique wood and resin board room wall create a warm yet modern atmosphere.

A large communal kitchen – the heart of many spaces - placed in a prime corner location was designed for company-wide gatherings.  This helps to foster the collaborative and congenial working environment.

Energy efficient lighting, daylight and other key sustainable measures allowed Veolia Energy North American Headquarters to achieve LEED Gold Certification in April 2014.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

5,000 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Environmental Graphics

Awards:

ASID Design Excellence Award 2015

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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SThree

Quirky Blend of Boston and London.

SThree is a global staffing company with forty-one offices in fifteen different countries. Fusion worked closely with SThree to create a new space for their Boston Tech Sales team. The design was developed as a nod to the local culture; with everything from a larger than life Boston Terrier wall graphic in the locker room to the Boston skyline that wraps around the meeting room glass walls. It was also important for the client to recognize London as their headquarters. In the boardroom, teapot pendant lights were used as a connection to the company’s hometown. The result is an eclectic mix of Boston and London, designed specifically for the energetic, growing sales team.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

823 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Furniture Specifications

Building Repositioning

Photographer:

Zac Sargent

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99 High Conference Center

Class A Conferencing.

The management team at 99 High saw the opportunity to provide its tenants with a new amenity – a conference space where tenants would have the opportunity to have large scale, potentially company-wide meetings.

This building is perched atop the Rose Kennedy Green and offers breath-taking views, exceptional efficiency and premier accessibility. Working with a vacant space in the building, Fusion’s goal was to create a functional and top of the game amenity space that reflects the ‘Class A’ nature of this building.

Fusion created a well-designed and inviting space for building tenants to enjoy. A walnut floor and entry wall feature draws tenants in from the common corridor. The rich wood mixed with the cool white and dark charcoal creates a sharp and striking contrast. Small pops of color allow the space to feel exciting but still mature and polished.  These materials work together to create a space where tenants will feel comfortable while being motivated and energized.

Tenants can use this amazing space for business meetings, company-wide gatherings or to keenly impress their colleagues and associates.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

300 s.f.

Scope:

Interior Design

Building Repositioning

ADA Compliance Surveys

Photographer:

Zac Sargent

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101 Tremont

Historic Charm with Modern Amenities.

Located on one of Boston's most historic streets - sitting directly across from the Granary Burying Ground and Boston Common - the design for the new 101 Tremont Lobby blends contemporary design concepts with historic materials.

What was once known as the 'Paddock Building' was given a new identity as a modern office building for today's discerning tenant market. Fusion utilized a stark juxtaposition in materials, such as textured reclaimed wood mixed with clean back painted glass to combine contemporary and historic elements. This perfect blend of old and new – historic charm with modern amenities – was the perfect fit for iconic Tremont Street.

Fusion intentionally blended contrasting materials and looks to accomplish the end goal of modernizing the space without losing the historic charisma and appeal. A rough, aged steel is used as a ceiling soffit, yet cleverly modernized with a custom laser cut design to allow light to pierce through. Within the small footprint, this simple design allows for a fresh, comfortable and very welcoming space.

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

5,000 s.f.

Scope:

Architecture

Interior Design

Space Planning

Furniture Specifications

Programming & Visioning

Environmental Graphics

Photographer:

Neil Alexander

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Zuora

When growing quickly, dexterity is crucial!

Fusions Interior design team was tasked with strategizing the most creative use of space in a well branded environment for Zuora’s new office located in the financial district of downtown Boston. Zuora is a fast- growing international tech company with a forward thinking and very energetic culture.  

Fusion’s creative use of the space was evident in many ways. Visitors are welcomed into a combined reception/café space with exposed ceiling and concrete floors. In the open work areas, benching stations allow the rapidly expanding team the flexibility of growth at their own pace. Call rooms and small meeting rooms accented with Zuora branded graphics and modern pendants give people privacy and quiet time when necessary.  

A particularly distinctive element of the space is the suspended floating sign that greets people and welcomes them into the Zuora office space as soon as they step off the elevator. This puts a smile on your face from the very first step!

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Location:

Boston, MA

Area:

20,000 s.f.

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51 Sleeper Building Repositioning

When brokers representing 51 Sleeper Street – the iconic corner location at the gateway to the Seaport District – needed branding and image creativity, they came to Blinker Branding for masterful renderings that would sell the dream for possible future upgrades. Our idea was to redesign that entrance to highlight this extremely desirable location.

We created a new two-story focal wall to highlight the entry, consisting of aluminum panels and a bronze canopy with illuminated address lettering. Blinker created inspiration anchor tenant signage, an expansive roof deck rendering highlighting this potential tenant or building amenity along with compelling highlights of the adjacent park. The rendering showcased integrated imagery of the future park currently under construction in front of the property. In addition, we created a large-scale 3D art installation to add visual interest and a new sign band showcasing the potential for retail tenants and to better identify building parking.

This building enjoys unobstructed views of the channel and Boston skyline and Blinker showcased this luxury in a most influential way. This creativity offers a significant ‘value-add’ to area brokers and owners – as they are able to offer Blinker’s estimable services to their tenants.