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Creating the Ideal Workplace: A Conversation with Architect David Epstein

TruexCullins has designed many well-known Vermont business headquarters and office spaces. Videographer Dave Raizman sat down with Managing Principal David Epstein, AIA, for a conversation about TruexCullins’ approach to...

A Year of Innovation at Work: our Top 5 Stories of 2013 on Workplace Design

  2013 was a big year for workplace design, nationally and here in Burlington.  It was a year that got everyone talking, with a national debate on workplace issues...

Innovation at Work: The Rise of Coworking, Part 2

Last week, I described the conditions that are leading to the growth of coworking spaces across the country.  More than just the sharing of office space, coworking is focused on...

Innovation at Work: The Rise of Coworking, Part 1

  As we approach the end of the year, I like to look back to see where we’ve been, and look forward, to imagine where we will go.  And...

Innovation at Work: Communicating Your Brand with Your Interior

Your company’s physical space can speak volumes. As printed in the Burlington Free Press, Sept 12, 2013: Most companies today understand the importance of a strong brand, and they...

Tips for Collaborative Workplace Design published in Free Press Business pages

The following article appeared in the ‘Innovate’ Business section of the Burlington Free Press on Thursday March 21, 2013.  It is also available for viewing online. Creative Corner: Not Behind...

The Spirit of Vermont in Norwich

What qualifies as the best examples of excellent new architecture in Vermont? That was the question addressed by Donald Kreis on yesterday’s episode of the popular Commentary Series on...

A Refined Vermont Office Interior

We recently completed this office fitup for a local asset management firm in Burlington, and we’re happy to share these new photos of the completed space. We spent all...

Collaboration in the Workplace

The biggest buzzword in workplace design these days is collaboration.  And for good reason: the nature of the workplace is changing, with an increased focus on teamwork and informal...

4 Currier Place grabs LEED Silver

Another TruexCullins project has achieved LEED status!  This time, it is 4 Currier Place, a 35,000 square foot mixed-use commercial building in Hanover, New Hampshire.  This project, built for...

Building on Human Nature

The Truexcullins Blog is a platform for insights and opinions from the design leaders of Truexcullins. Join us as we explore topics related to design innovation, environmental sustainability, and building on human nature.

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