Copley Wolff Relocates HQ

| November 9, 2017

Office in new Copley Wolff Design Group headquarters

Boston – Copley Wolff Design Group recently announced the relocation of its headquarters into a new space on the 13th floor of 10 Post Office Square in Boston’s Financial District

Copley Wolff’s new office is bright and airy and features oversized windows, ample natural light, collaborative work stations, and integrated technology. Notable design elements include a 40-foot-long feature wall depicting elements from one of the team’s most prominent projects — the award-winning Assembly Row in Somerville.

Additionally, framed photos of the firm’s most notable designs welcome visitors as they enter through reception and are further displayed throughout the entire space. Floor-to-ceiling glass frames the conference room, providing transparency and allowing natural light to penetrate the space. Neutral tones are complemented with the distinctive and playful colors that have been characteristic of Copley Wolff since its founding in 1990.

“The new office reflects Copley Wolff’s approach to design, which centers on creating spaces that support interaction, collaboration, and daily inspiration,” said Sean Sanger, principal at Copley Wolff Design Group. “We’re thrilled to be in a new space that establishes an engaging environment as our team is focused on kicking off a number of notable new projects set to transform the local landscape.”

In addition to new office space, the firm has celebrated a successful and productive year, being designated as the landscape architecture firm for a number of new and notable projects, as well as commemorating the completion of several large-scale design projects.

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Noteworthy recent projects include landscape design for a diverse range of project types including:

·        The redevelopment of the oldest housing complex in South Boston, the Mary Ellen McCormack. This redevelopment plan proposes the creation of a vibrant mixed-income community with 200 workforce/middle-income apartments.

·        The Alewife Research Center in Cambridge, MA. This project will transform a 140,000 sq. ft. building into a modern and environmentally conscious research building with much-needed retail.

·        An affordable senior housing project to be located at the site of the former St. Therese Church in Everett.

·        The King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools and Community Complex in Cambridge, which is comprised of a lower school, upper school, public library, swimming complex, school department headquarters, and playgrounds.

Recent project completions include the Healy Playground in Roslindale, Boston University’s Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering, Serenity in Jamaica Plain and Harbor Place in Haverhill.

With a mission centered on creating memorable places for daily interactions, celebrations and recreation, Copley Wolff has established itself as one of the region’s leading landscape architecture and planning firm. Founded in 1990, Copley Wolff has worked on a number of transformative projects focused on placemaking, integrating art into the landscape, cultural and historic interpretation, environmental education and community partnerships.

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