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Location: Watertown, Massachusetts
Client: Anthony Rich & George Forman III
Size: 1,200 sq ft
Year: 2016

EBF (EveryBody Fights) at GymIT in Watertown is a progressive step in developing a modular gym design that can be easily and quickly implemented into existing gyms. Working closely with George Foreman III, we wanted to not only to create a modular gym but one with the feel and “swagger” that encompasses their flagship gym in Boston. During the process we have developed a system built from parts that can be locally purchased and quickly assembled (in this case assembly took less then a week) while additionally focusing on acoustics to minimize sound transmission to the rest of the gym via perforated screens with tectum inserts. Attention to detail also allowed for an itemized parts list that was 100% accurate to what was required in the field for assembly.

Location: Revere, Massachusetts
Client: Harley-Davidson
Size: 50,000 sq ft
Year: In Construction (Estimated Completion Fall 2014)

Boston Harley-Davidson is a gut rehab of the existing Squire Rd shopping plaza to the new 50,000 sf retail and storage space. The design focuses on maximizing the showroom storefront while creating an engaging entry that exemplifies the style and attitude of the Harley-Davidson brand. Flow between different programmatic spaces and required adjacencies drove the internal layout and design. In order to fully link the interior and exterior dialogue many of the materials found on the exterior wrap into the primary showroom space, and are used in a similar manner.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Client: Ginkgo Bioworks
Size: 20,000 sq ft (Phase 1)
Year: 2016

Ginkgo Bioworks is an organism engineering foundry that began with a 20,000 sf. facility in Bostons Drydock Building. The master plan proposes a 4 phase rapid growth spanning the next few years. By creating a module that locates the lab as the central hub surrounded by the necessary support spaces, the growth becomes a cellular process that can quickly be added with minor adjustments to specialize the more intricate details of each lab. The 20,000 sf phase 1 will include a new foundry space, as well as a freezer farm, fermentation lab, and several other specialized lab components.

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: Facebook
Size: 18,000 sq ft
Year: 2016

Facebook officially returned to Boston in 2013 with the opening of a new office at One Broadway in Cambridge. We had the privilege of designing that first office for them and now 27,000 SF later we have completed 2 expansion projects with a 3rd under way. With a strong focus on technology and brand culture, the office design is minimal, but full of character. Break out spaces offer opportunities for group collaboration, international video conferencing, and individual focus with flexible furniture that adds life and color to an office striving to make work fun. The importance of keeping the office focused on the local environment is evident in everything from the selection of art to room names like “Wicked Awesome” and “Chowdah” that introduce a little New England flavor.

Location: Newton, Massachusetts
Client: Adobe
Size: 28,000 sq ft
Year: 2014

This project is the expansion and renovation of the existing Adobe Boston location in Newton, MA. Modern, industrial, and clean were terms used in designing this space. The large, recognizable “A” of Adobe is the first thing you see as you enter the door. Once inside the space, the polished concrete floors move you through the public areas. Private areas such as workstations, offices, and conference rooms are all carpeted to delineate these spaces from the public. The primary object in the space, clad in vertical hung perforated span-rib panels is the Training Room which connects with the rest of the public space through 2 large garage doors. Wrapping the public area creating soffits, benches, shelves, and light fixtures are shipping pallets. These elements were an economical way to create something dynamic that could play throughout the space and highlight Adobe’s cutting edge ideas.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Client: B/spoke
Size: 2,000 sq ft
Year: 2014

B/SPOKE Cycling Studio looks to fill a niche in modern high end fitness. Located in downtown Boston the design looks to maximize usable space in a very small footprint. The space holds a centralized cycling studio with a main reception visible from both Federal Street and the large adjacent building lobby, lockers, and men and women’s bathrooms. With careful placement of each programmatic piece the main reception becomes a visual draw from the surrounding street and lobby. Through the use of industrial yet modern materials and by emphasizing tall open spaces with exposed piping and duct work, what would be a very small space, is experienced as on which is large and open.

Location: Lincoln, Massachusetts
Year: 2014

Location: Watertown, Massachusetts
Client: Edgewater Properties
Size: 13,000 sq ft
Year: 2016

The 150 Coolidge Ave. project consisted of an update to the building cladding as well as the addition of a new modernized entry lobby. Working closely with the client, the final design was one that gave a modern downtown feel to a rather outdated looking building. By pulling a new glass entry lobby toward the street and wrapping it with brushed aluminum Alucobond and a teak inlaid ceiling; attention is drawn to the inviting entry. A dark grey Alucobond rain screen is also carried across the upper band of the building to help reinvigorate the tired looking concrete panels they cover. Landscaping was designed with utmost care, not only in terms of approach, but to provide an outdoor seating and work area for the building tenants as well.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Size: 24,000 SF

This project creates a space that offers generous daylight, views of the city from one side, and an open view to the Boston harbor on the other side. To exploit the location, we brought the outside in by keeping the floor open allowing for maximum light penetration while maintaining the city and ocean views. The intent of the design is to create a space that reflects the uniqueness of our client, Harmonix, a video gaming firm that needs an expressive, fun friendly and warm environment to move to.. We capitalized on their talent and graphics to give them a space that is truly theirs. The branding starts at the elevator lobby with Harmonix graphics as well as other elements as we navigate through the space. Rhythm is established through circulation, bright wall colors, and bold floor patterns. Lighting is also used to reflect rhythm, from backlit blue polygal and random lines in the café reflecting the dynamic nature of the space to more uniform lighting throughout the workspace.

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: Wistia
Size: 15,000 sq ft
Year: 2013

Wistia is an internet video hosting and analytics company, expecting to more than double in the next five years. Commanding an entire mill building on Tudor Street in Cambridge, provides them with more than enough room to grow. The impeccably restored shell, with exposed timber beams, presented a pristine backdrop to a minimalistic and industrial design aesthetic. With the exception of a few meeting rooms on the first floor, the majority of the space was left as an open plan, allowing the client flexibility for growth. Fostering their team-culture lifestyle, and flanking either end of the building, a custom designed kitchen, and impressive steel spiral stair, were both requisites in the early stages of design and are key focal points in the finished space.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Client: PUMA
Area: 60,000 sq ft
Year: 2011

This new space was designed as the headquarters for the global marketing and footwear design group for PUMA. The open space was organized around a central gathering / collaborative space similar to a campus quad where the different groups would be encouraged to cross paths and collaborate. The project goals included flexible pods of non traditional workstation clusters organized around a variety of huddle rooms, conference rooms, re configurable meeting spaces, and product development rooms. The traditional reception area was replaced by a combination virtual retail space and social area, so that visitors to the space enter into a lively space that represents PUMA’s brand.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Size: 2,900 SF
Year: 2014

Location: Fall River, Massachusetts
Client: Truesdale Clinic
Size: 40,000 sq ft
Year: 2010

This 40,000 sf addition to an existing 120,000 sf medical clinic involved both the design of the new building and 6 medical practices on 3 floors of the building. A new entry and connecting corridor to the existing buildings provided the clinic with a fresh, contemporary new identity. The building incorporated a green and energy efficient design of the facade system, including a soy based exterior insulation system, and a ventilated rain screen facade using fiber cement panels. The design played off the exiting buildings brick color and window scheme, designed to complement and fit in with the campus buildings while standing out as a new building and face to the clinic.

Location: Lexington, Massachusetts
Client: Imprivata
Size: 75,000 sq ft
Year: 2010

Imprivata is a rapidly growing EMR software company. Spread over 2 floors, the design created a central open stair to connect the work groups, main reception on the lower floor, and large kitchen area on the upper floor. The upper floor acts as both a crossroad for the company and as it incorporates an open elevator lobby, allows for the large “food” gatherings so important to the culture of Imprivata. A custom designed wood and glass cantilevered stair and open atrium acts as a focal point for the space.

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: Cambridge Innovation Center
Size: 20,000 sq ft
Year: 2009 & 2012

This 3rd / 4th floor project for the Cambridge Innovation Center doubled the size of this innovative incubation company located in Kendall Square in Cambridge. The complexity of the design revolved around accommodating a highly flexible/adaptable configuration of dense spaces that could evolve and adapt to varying configurations based on continuously changing client requirements. A wide variety of conference rooms, huddle rooms, telephone booths, and soft flexible meeting areas were integrated throughout the space, and a large central café / meeting area was placed at the intersection of 2 wings to foster interaction and a sense of community between CIC’s clients.

The 5th floor renovation of the Cambridge Innovation Center takes a new approach to the idea of innovative incubation for start-ups. The design is based on CIC as an ecosystem that provides space for multiple “communities” to collaborate and share ideas. Interspersed throughout the floor are a variety of huddle/conference rooms At the opposite end, separated from the main office space, is a cafe/meeting area where CIC’s clients can gather for coffee, food, and events in an environment designed to feel like you’ve left the office.

Location: Dedham, Massachusetts
Client: Town of Dedham Massachusetts
Size: 1 acre, 3,000 sq ft facility
Year: 2010

The Dedham Community Association, better known as the Dedham Community House (DCH), was founded in 1922. In May of 2010 the Dedham Community House opened its brand new pool facility to replace an out of date and well needed community amenity. The facility includes the 30' by 75' pool that ranges from 3 1/2 to 5 feet deep, the pool house with locker rooms, showers, a first aid station, a large pool deck with a grassy area, a covered pavilion to enjoy meals and snacks in the shade and a parking area.

Location: Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Client: Commercial RE Investors, LLC
Size: Exterior Pedestrian Bridge & Facade
Year: 2014

After two years of vacancy 1 Radcliff road in Tewksbury, MA was purchased by an investor group with the intent to reposition the property for a large corporate tenant along the rt. 495 corridor. studioTroika was hired to redesign and update the existing entry and interior atrium space prior to tenant fit out. This design strengthened the interior /exterior connections and modernize public circulation spaces adding new life and energy.

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: Gary Strack
Size: 3,000 sq ft
Year: 2011

This 120 seat restaurant / bar in the heart of Kendal Square was a collaboration between chef Gary Strack, studioTROIKA, SOSO Limited (social media algorithms), Theo Watson (street view sketches - projection bombing), and various graffiti artists. The brand concept for FbS was to blend food, art, sustainability, and technology. The design features custom light saber lights with warm color gels, tables built from 1980s truck hoods, a bar made from the wood of a 130-year-old New England barn that fell during a hurricane, end grain wood floors, and a re-configured steel canopy / DJ platform floating over the vestibule.

Location: Belmont, Massachusetts
Size: 5,000 sq ft
Year: 2012

This project was both a renovation and an addition to an already wonderful mid-century modernist house in Belmont, MA. Originally built in the 1950’s, this true architectural gem needed to be opened up to meet the needs of the new owner. The goal was to add to the original house in a complimentary way without being overly nostalgic. Needing to provide bedrooms and bathrooms to accommodate a family with 5 children, the walls were nearly completely removed from the main living spaces, allowing the seamless flow between, kitchen, dining and living. The rear walls, made up almost entirely of glazing truly blurs the line between outside and inside. New spaces, like the 2nd floor office (with full 2 story deck) were detailed using modernist concepts combined with contemporary techniques and materials.

Location: Wellesley, Massachusetts
Size: 2,100 sf
Year:

A developer’s house turned into a inviting warm space that corresponds to the client’s lifestyle is the goal of this project: the bare basement is transformed into a professional recording studio, bar, and modern home theater, complete with the required interesting bathroom. The redesigned kitchen open concept creates open view to the landscaping, and to a wood clad outdoor room which in turn becomes part of the cooking and dining experience. Imprinted glass fins shade the outdoor diners from the sun and provide privacy to the bedrooms on upper floors. Everything from architectural features, furniture and art work was coordinated seamlessly in this residential project.

Location: Wayland, Massachusetts
Client: Wayland Oral Surgery Associates
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Year: 2011

Location: Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
Size: 3,400 sq ft
Year: 2005

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Client: NuVu
Size: 5,000 sq ft
Year: 2011

NuVu is a full-time magnet innovation center for middle and high school students and a professional development program for teachers and educators. NuVu’s pedagogy is based on the architectural studio model and geared around multi-disciplinary, collaborative projects. NuVu provides students the opportunity to work collaboratively with experts, PhDs and alumni from MIT and Harvard as well as working professionals, to solve real-world problems in an intensive and fun studio environment. The space includes open flexible studio spaces, conference/classrooms, and a workshop. The design highlighted the open industrial space with accents of hot pink as a background for the studio environment.

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Location: Eastham, Massachusetts
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Year: 2011

Location: Hingham, Massachusetts
Client: Finocchio Veterinarian
Size: 3,000 sq ft
Year: 2014

Location: Burlington, Massachusetts
Size: 4,000 SF

Location: Braintree, Massachusetts
Client: Braintree Sports Complex
Size: 200,000 sq ft
Year: On the boards

studioTroika was tasked with the planning and design of developing a multi-sport athletic complex adjacent to the Braintree High School football field. This new 200,000 sf ground up facility will incorporate two ice hockey rinks, with seating for 700 spectators in the main rink, a flexible use turf area that will accommodate a full baseball field, soccer and lacrosse, as well as a 10 lane NCAA pool. The facility includes extensive locker rooms, fitness and wellness spaces, as well as various concession and entertainment areas.

Location: Somerville, Massachusetts
Client: 44 Broadway
Size: 40,000 sq ft
Year: On the boards

44 Broadway is a mixed-use, Transit Oriented Development (TOD) located in East Somerville. At 6 stories high, the first floor contains 3 retail tenants, the second floor open is office, and the top 4 floors are comprised of 27 residential rental units, including mixed income units. The project is Somerville’s first multifamily/mixed use project to meet Passive House (PHIUS) standards, ensuring an energy efficient building with superior comfort, health & safety for occupants. The building serves as the gateway to East Somerville from Boston, Everett and I-93. It is one of the first developments to fulfill the city’s goal of increasing housing, local retail & business along East Broadway.

Location: Cambridge & Newbury Street, Massachusetts
Client: ​Compass
Size: 1,400 sq ft
Year: 2016

After opening up its first location in Massachusetts, the tech-based real estate firm expanded its efforts into the 1,400 SF space in Cambridge. Despite the smaller square footage, the storefront system allowed an abundace of natural light for an ideal open office environment. The use of custom modular walls by DIRTT helped create small private offices and conference rooms without compromising the idea of an open space. With different panel options for the DIRTT walls, they were able to use a combination of glass for visual connections, fabric panels for acoustical privacy, and integrated technology for tv/media equipment.

Location: Rowly, Massachusetts
Client: ​MCR Technologies
Size: 16,000 sq ft
Year: On the boards

​MCR Technologies, a medical software development company in Rowley, MA is a 16,000 sf project to house the company’s international headquarters. In addition to corporate office and conference space, the project includes an employee gym, cafe, collaboration areas, warehouse and an outdoor gathering space. The design incorporates natural day-lighting and shading strategies to increase occupant comfort while reducing energy consumption. Sited in an ecologically fragile location, the project protects adjacent wetlands via water retention and recharge.

Location: Waltham, Massachusetts
Client: Salary.com
Size: 20,000 sq ft
Year: 2016

The new headquarters location for the salary website was a fast-paced project with strong design concepts. Using readily available products this office plays with color and materiality, while remaining a professional and inviting space. Anodized aluminum, perforated metal, corrugated plastic, white solid surface and birch plywood are a few of the materials used throughout the office to bring depth and dimension to spaces used by employees each day. A shifting pattern of carpet tiles creates spaces based on use and department, delineating the space in a subtle but impactful way. The use of demountable partitions as office fronts allows visual openess while still providing privacy to those employees who require it. The bold color and material choices help convey Salary.com’s company image and culture.

Location: Worcester, Massachusetts
Client: Primetals, Inc.
Size: 245,000 sq ft
Year: On the boards

Primetals, Inc., a manufacturer of steel manufacturing equipment and rolled steel, was looking for a new, modern facility to replace their current building which they have occupied since their founding in 1888. This design for a new ground-up building consists of 200,000 sf of industrial manufacturing directly adjacent to 45,000 sf of office space. High levels of transparency, carefully planned adjacencies and shared program encourages collaboration and interaction between engineering and manufacturing teams which have occupied separate facilities since the 1950s. Visitors and employees alike enter through a large glass atrium gallery where over 60 company-held patents and Industrial Revolution era equipment prototypes are displayed, celebrating the company’s legacy of technological innovation.