Boston’s Best Workplaces

October 3, 2016 | | View Comments

Boston is a hub for workplace design innovation. We are home to hundreds of organizations that recognize the importance of workplace design and it’s influence on employee productivity and satisfaction. Whether you’re a local Bostonian or from out of town, there’s no disputing that these organizations are changing the office-space game.

Learn more about the future of the workplace at the Workplace Innovation Summit on November 3rd at the Innovation & Design Building!

cwi_autodeskAutodesk BUILD Space
23 Drydock Ave, Boston, MA 02210
Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you’ve ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you’ve experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with our software. BUILD (BUilding, Innovation, Learning and Design) is Autodesk’s latest coworking and shop space located in South Boston’s Innovation District. This 34,000 sq ft facility houses workshops for metal fabrication, machining (CNC & Manual), wood working, water jet cutting, large format routing, laser cutting, composites, glass, robotics and 3D printing.


CIC Boston
50 Milk St 16th floor, Boston, MA 02109
CIC seeks to help solve the world’s problems by strengthening local innovation ecosystems. Since 1999, more than 1400 companies have chosen CIC as their home and many have gone on to prove their value to the world as startups. More than $1.8B of venture capital has been invested in companies that were headquartered at CIC. CIC now houses over 800 companies, most of them startups, and they haven’t stopped making CIC better every day. Your tour begins at CIC Boston, with a stop at Design Town (the new maker space), and ends at CIC Cambridge, with the option to enjoy Venture Cafe (a one-of-a-kind weekly social gathering).


23 Drydock Ave, Boston, MA 02210
Neoscape is a creative studio with offices in Boston and New York. For the past 21 years they’ve been crafting branded experiences of built environments for discerning clients around the world. The Boston studio’s open floor plan encourages collaboration across departments and our nearly floor-to-ceiling windows provide harbor views where you can’t help but stop and look at the sunset every evening. Several spaces, including a conference room, office space and bathroom, utilize old shipping containers, which give an industrial feel and draw inspiration from the location on the dry dock. 


Red Thread + Steelcase
101 Seaport Blvd #600, Boston, MA 02210
Red Thread is what connects everything in your workplace, by creating environments that facilitate better work. Surrounded by floor to ceiling height windows and stellar views, this Steelcase WorkLife environment is designed to illustrate how a thoughtful ecosystem of spaces can boost engagement, productivity and wellbeing. The WorkLife Center serves as Red Thread’s corporate headquarters and is dedicated to supporting both their broad base of local customers and community of architects and designers. After the tour enjoy a complimentary lunch and then stay to continue your workday in this beautiful workplace.


125 Broad St, Boston, MA 02110
Silverman Trykowski Associates is a clever architecture and interior design studio. STA integrates the intersecting disciplines of architecture, interior design, project management, and evidence-based research. They leverage their surplus of talent, breadth of experience, and capabilities across industries, niches, and constraints. They’ve inspired spaces in music, urban development, residential repositioning, energy, cultural institutions, education, civic entities, and retail. After the tour stay for STA’s “Living Lab,” the team’s weekly gathering where one person in the office leads a design-based conversation, presentation, or activity.


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