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Samuel Adams Boston Tap Room
Since its founding, Boston has been the home of Samuel Adams, the pioneer of the craft beer movement in America. What better way to celebrate the brand's innovations than with a beer drinking experience in the heart of the city.
Iora Primary Care
Healthcare and hospitality are concepts that are not usually connected by design...until now.
Boston ProShop powered by ’47
Grit. Heart. Heritage. Authenticity. These are the core values of Boston’s sports fans and teams. The new ProShop needed to represent those values while strengthening the bond between fans and the teams that play the games they love.
343 Congress Street
First impressions matter. An office building’s lobby can be more than just a quick route to the elevators. It can be a space for people to meet, work, and relax, and – if done well – it can help attract and retain office tenants.
Samuel Adams Cincinnati Tap Room
Design is a communications discipline. It’s about telling good, effective stories. For the new Sam Adams Tap Room in Cincinnati, the first of its kind for the brand, we celebrate the pioneer of the craft beer movement.
Wrangler x Fred Segal
For over 100 years, the Wrangler brand has embodied the spirit of people who work hard and play hard with courageous individuality – the essence of Cowboy Cool.
Who doesn’t love some tasty Mediterranean food like falafel with lemon herb tahini or sriracha Greek yogurt? We sure do. And in a dynamic, modern space that’s a magnet for interesting people? We’re all over it.
The history of a place – the stories and artifacts that tie past to present – can give it meaning and value. Preserving the history of spaces while making modern improvements can be a challenge. This is especially true in the world of restaurant design.
The Office of Communications and The Office of the General Counsel at Northeastern University
Improving the capabilities of two departments through a collaborative master planning effort and a redesign of the spaces.
How do you translate an online retail presence into your first brick and mortar store? How do you best execute a company’s objectives? Bergmeyer guided Habbi Habbi through a entire design journey, from initial concept to grand opening, to create a pop-up experience that was happy, healthy, humble.
What does it take for a retailer to make a splash in a new market? Roots, the premium lifestyle brand based in Canada, wanted to put down their roots in Boston with a unique pop-up. We had lots of ideas and created an immersive environment that engages the customer and reimagines the retail experience.
Community Center at Mount Holyoke College
The challenge: reimagine the campus community center. Our collaboration with Mount Holyoke College began as a feasibility study of centralizing their five residential dining facilities. While the concept proved both financially and physically feasible, the cultural approval was complicated, but not insurmountable.
Toll Brothers has been creating luxury residential communities since 1967 and has become one of the largest residential builders in the US. To make an impact in a red-hot Metro Boston housing market, Toll Brothers Apartment Living wanted to create an exceptional experience for their new rental community. They sought out a different kind of design firm for a new kind of luxury.
Challenging the conventions of commercial real estate, WeWork is changing the game with coworking environments that propel creativity. As they sought to grow rapidly, we came through to help them navigate Boston’s architectural landscape and challenging permitting process.
Zo Greek is the real deal. Fresh and authentic Greek food is at the heart of what they do. The owners started with two unassuming lunch stands at Faneuil Hall and Government Center, and later launched a popular food truck, Zo on the Go. Their next step: craft a full-service restaurant experience.
After working together on Zo Greek, the Zo Restaurant Group knew Bergmeyer had all the right ingredients to make their second outfit’s expanded brick-and-mortar location. Sabroso means “tasty” in Spanish, and this taqueria lives up to its name!
Shake Shack Corporate Headquarters
What's shakin'? A new headquarters, test kitchen, and event space for one of the US’s hottest fast-casual restaurants, that's what! Shake Shack and Bergmeyer, a partnership that has served up over a dozen restaurants (and counting), have joined forces again to create Shake Shack’s home base in NYC.
After we helped them their first European concept store in London, Sonos was seeking to expand to Europe’s mainland at the cultural and music hub of Berlin. The latest concept store pays homage to Berlin’s culturally diverse music, art, and club scene – and their love for listening to music out loud – in the brand immersion event space.
Traveling with babies is easy… said no one ever! And while UPPAbaby cannot prevent childhood meltdowns, they can provide safe and comfortable products for babies that are also convenient and stylish for parents. Capturing the essence of the brand culture was essential for their new headquarters.
Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar
Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar is a vibrant restaurant and tequila lounge with the hush-hush feel of a speakeasy. The bold and colorful design of Lolita’s Fort Point location embraces Mexican culture and Old Spanish influences, while celebrating the beautiful and haunting themes from the Día de los Muertos holiday.