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A senior principal and architect at Sasaki, Victor leads Sasaki’s commercial architecture and interiors practice, bringing together a broad spectrum of disciplines, from architecture and interiors, to landscape and urban design.
This breadth of professional experience has led to a deep understanding of the interrelation of commercial development, the public realm, and the needs of the people who use these spaces—as well as the processes required to make these projects happen. Over 20+ years, Victor’s focus has been on the design and development of rigorous and creative spaces and buildings for forward-thinking corporations and institutions. His role has spanned from early development planning and approvals, to lead design architect and architect of record.
Practicing since 1994, Victor holds a bachelor of architecture from Cornell University. He is a member of the Boston Society of Architects and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and has taught design at the Boston Architectural College.
Designing for impact at Arnold Worldwide's global headquarters
A decrease in individual desk space does not mean a loss in overall individual work space around an office
Sasaki's Victor Vizgaitis contributed an article to the New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ) offering insight into how suburban office design can be informed by another familiar suburban fixture: the college campus
“This is not just a community-accessible space outside, but also a community-accessible space inside. We want this to literally be a doorway that connects in and through all levels for people to come and enjoy this site,” says Vizgaitis of the project’s larger goal
How will the pandemic encourage us to think differently about the design of urban spaces?