Office

The design challenge of the Goulston & Storrs new office space was to unify the long, large floor plate of their new 60,000-square-foot offices overlooking Boston Harbor. The goal of the project was to articulate an aesthetic that was representative of the firm. The result is a sleek elevator lobby with leather flooring and upholstered walls, which leads into a reception area that is at once comfortable and dramatic. Read More

CBT designed a complex eleven-phase renovation for Bright Horizons’ 70,000-square-foot corporate campus in Watertown, Massachusetts to create a more efficient and collegial workspace that reflects the company’s culture and forward-looking office planning concepts. The renovations will also provide space for future expansion as the company continues to succeed and grow.  Read More

Ten years ago, CBT's design team completed the Boston headquarters for Analysis Group on two floors comprising 50,000 square feet of 111 Huntington Avenue in the heart of Boston. As the company has grown and evolved, the Boston team uncovered the need to adapt its office space. The phased design and construction effort has resulted in more than 125,000 additional square feet over four more floors of the building. The client’s objective was to retain the strong analytical and social culture that defines their brand, while reinforcing the strong support Analysis Group offers its employees through the built space.  Read More

The noteworthy design of 121 Seaport has been carefully choreographed to promote sustainable design within the Seaport, enhance neighborhood vibrancy, and innovation within the building. This 17-story 450,000-square-foot Class-A office building is optimally located at the corner of Seaport Boulevard and East Service Road.   Read More

As part of a holistic master plan to increase the value of a 600,000-square-foot suburban campus, CBT repositioned an existing ground floor of 25 Corporate Drive in Burlington, Massachusetts, as well as a new "town green." Read More

The headquarters for this 30-year-old construction company is in a classic brick and beam warehouse, a space that had not been updated in some time and did not reflect the working processes of its staff. With concern that the old space would be difficult to reimagine, CBT was brought on board early to help orchestrate honest dialogues regarding space use, working styles, and brand identity. Read More

When intellectual property law specialists Wolf Greenfield & Sacks moved and expanded their offices to take up four floors in Boston’s Federal Reserve Building, they chose CBT to articulate, through interior design, the company’s philosophy of creative thinking and understanding of invention. It was of primary importance to the client that the design break away from the traditional heavy and dark law office look and project instead a sense of innovation, modernity, and flexibility. These objectives were all achieved through ample use of glass, open spaces, curving corridors, exotic materials like zebra wood for panels, and a surprising punctuation of space with points of bold color. Read More

The design is sensitive to Bermuda’s history and culture and contributes to the classic urban appeal of Hamilton, and the timeless charm of the waterfront and resort community. Read More

Working in concert with San Jose-based Whitney Polcyn Architects, CBT delivered an inventive new office space in a historic wharf building in Boston's emerging Innovation District. The design concept celebrates the original fabric of the existing brick and beam building by contrasting it with the new construction. Bold colors and generous use of glass activate and define workspaces to create a dialogue between new and old. Read More

Bridgespan’s way of collaborating was a fascinating model to accommodate, and a multi-day VisionLab revealed some surprising characteristics that were manifested in a bright and flexible new environment. Read More

Leveraging existing site features while creating nodes and connecting pathways have optimized the user experience at this historic candy factory turned Boston office landmark. The new lobby features a coffee bar, elevated lounge in a three story interior atrium with a gas fire place, and a state-of-the-art conference center including a flexible multipurpose space serving up to 200 people. The conference center combined with the lobby and adjacent outdoor space may become one of the largest private event venues in the city. Read More

With a contemporary expression that draws on textile concepts reflecting the early use and history of these historic mill buildings, the design for this former mill building turned contemporary office campus incorporates imagery and ideas related to weaving, wool, and sheep. It also blends a mix of contemporary and traditional materials and motifs create a distinct identity and warm, inviting spaces. The scope of work includes the main entrance/arrival area, main lobby, common circulation corridors and elevator lobbies, café and dining, fitness center and additional game room. The work also includes a marketing suite, tenant fit-planning space and a marketing and leasing assistance space. Read More

This ambitious development replaces a former naval base on the Isla Grande peninsula of Puerto Rico, across the canal from Old San Juan. The master plan and urban design transforms an existing master plan into a workable development scheme for the 113-acre site. To meet the goals of creating a convention/business destination and defining a new urban domain within the context of the city’s history, the original plan was divided into a system of smaller blocks scaled to blend with the character and climate of San Juan. Read More

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