Institutional

BERKLEE ONLINE

855 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

12,000 SF

Design: Dyer Brown Architects


PROJECT OVERVIEW

Berklee Online, the online school of Berklee College of Music, delivers access to Berklee’s acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world. Located in Boston’s historic Back Bay, Berklee’s new office features an expansion of their previous layout to accommodate the growth of the institution while maintaining one centralized location. The new space was built around an open concept to encourage collaboration internally and with other parts of the online school. Berklee also recognized the importance of providing environmental flexibility; private spaces, including closed offices, phone and huddle rooms, were constructed to balance the open work areas.   


Unique Project Features:

  • Creating a flexible office, the conference room was built with a movable glass partition that could easily expand or close depending on the target work environment. 

  • The construction of a highly rated STC video shoot room, with a separate master video editing room and IT support spaces, offers Berklee employees the opportunity to develop online content in-house.

  • The expansion of Berklee Online’s previous office was structured to accommodate the institution’s growth while maintaining one centralized office location. 


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HARVARD: CAS/AAS AALP

1280 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

4,530 SF

Design: Chang + Sylligardos Architects


ADDRESS: 10 St. James Ave, Boston    SIZE: 65,000+ SF    Architect: Visnick & Caulfield Associates

PROJECT OVERVIEW

As part of Corderman & Company’s continued commitment to our partnership with Harvard University and the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), we successfully built out the office and conference spaces for the Center for African Studies (CAS) and Department of African and African American Studies/African Languages Program (AAAS/ALP). The fit-out provides the much needed expansion space for both programs and marks an important step in the University’s dedication to African studies, facilitating research, student collaboration and learning. Construction included a number of private offices, a seminar room, lounge and kitchen, conference rooms, and several open work areas.


Unique Project Features:

  • A large conference room was built with an operable partition, offering staff and students the opportunity to open the private area into the expansive lounge and kitchen. 

  • Custom millwork cases were constructed to display African artifacts.


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HARVARD: DEPT. OF ANTHROPOLOGY

11 Divinity Ave, Cambridge, MA

8,500 SF

Design: Chang + Sylligardos


ADDRESS: 10 St. James Ave, Boston    SIZE: 65,000+ SF    Architect: Visnick & Caulfield Associates

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Partnering with Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts & Sciences Group, Corderman & Company built out faculty office space for the school’s Department of Anthropology located in the Peabody Museum. This unique institutional project combined traditional office space with an archaeological lab, project rooms and a seminar room. In the lounge area, a hanging wood cloud was installed to soften the space that features expansive open ceilings. Other project highlights include a Wilson glazing system and polished concrete flooring. 


Unique Project Features:

  • The project was constructed on an occupied floor and maintained a clear path of egress to a building core stairwell.

  • An archaeological lab provides faculty and students with a space to research and study ancient artifacts.



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