Our commercial office services.
New Construction, TIs, Interiors, FF&E
We create welcoming commercial spaces that reinforce your brand identity, and help you get your work done well. Just like your home, we want these environments to feel exceptional and uplifting: places where you and your guests can feel both comfortable and productive.Learn more.
Our commercial office portfolio projects.
Brand Identity & Interiors for a Boutique Coworking Space
Seven Starlings Workloft
An immersive brand experience for a commercial space anchored in a conceptual exploration of biomimicry and emergence, brought to life by an integrated brand and interiors team.
Commercial Office Interiors
W.G. Clark Lobby
Inside a midcentury modern building with landmark status, this Pacific Northwest Modern commercial lobby is flush with natural materials and carefully-crafted details.
Eco Office for an Environmental Non-Profit
Nia Tero Office
Eco-conscious office design in a historic building for a non-profit working with indigenous communities worldwide.
Commercial Office Design
This commercial office design for a boutique real estate firm added a Pacific Northwest touch to a great mid-century commercial building.
A Remodel of a Design Firm’s Own Office
Board & Vellum Office
Designed by our very own team, the Board & Vellum office is a mirror of our work at the intersection of commercial and residential design.
Our commercial office posts.
Recommendations and trends in commercial office design shift in response to cultural norms, technology, and working styles. Following the 2020 pandemic, how might the design of commercial offices adapt this time? On the spectrum from open office concept, through vast fields of cubicles, to private offices, where will we land?Read more.
As commercial spaces slowly re-open, businesses and clientele have to take extra precautions because these spaces were designed to operate in a pre-pandemic world. This post is part of a series on how design for commercial spaces may evolve due to the Covid-19 pandemic, either by requirement or by cultural shift.Read more.
Ask an Architect, Commercial Office, Custom Residential, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Multifamily & Mixed-Use
The impact of the coronavirus / Covid-19 pandemic is incredibly vast. As we try to plan for how this will impact our businesses, how the cost of construction could change is a common — and key — question. Here are some of the factors that could play a role in pushing the cost of construction either up or down.Read more.
Especially if it’s your first, opening a commercial space is a big deal and takes no shortage of knowledge or planning to pull off without too much trouble, or too much time lost. Here are five things to keep in mind when taking your new commercial space from concept to doors-open.Read more.
When we’re designing spaces like coffee shops, bars, offices, and even yards, it’s key to create a space where people can have casual and occasional interactions. Here’s a little about how we go about designing spaces that promote interaction between strangers.Read more.
Fortunately, trends in office space design have moved beyond fields of cubicles and row after row of fluorescent lighting. Skylights and lush green walls are popular, but even if you can’t incorporate holistic design options like these to support a healthier space, there are plenty of smaller moves you can make to create a healthy office.Read more.
Our commercial office sustainability practices.
Our commercial office recognition stories.
Best Architects in Seattle: Expertise’s 2020 List
Expertise examined 138 architecture firms in the Seattle area and selected only 19 to make their list of Best Architects in Seattle, including Board & Vellum.
Our commercial office team team members.
Jeff Pelletier, AIA, CPHC®
Managing Principal | Founder
In 2011, Jeff founded Board & Vellum in his attic and has forged ahead with excitement ever since. Architecture aside, he is a huge advocate for traveling, and takes LEGO really seriously.
Zack Thomas, PLA, LEED AP ND
Principal | Landscape & Site Design
Zack co-launched B&V’s ”Site Design Studio,” and is excited to take on landscape projects of all shapes, sizes, and scales. He loves to get out of the city on weekends and makes a point of traveling to another country each year.
Kristin Jensen, LEED AP ID+C
Director | Interior Design
As a Seattle native, Kristin’s passion for interior design is complemented by her love of the outdoors. She loves to play with color, light, texture, and plants to bring a space to life. When she’s not riding her bike or doing other cliché PNW things, you can find her in the kitchen, listening to podcasts, cooking up a storm.
Brian Baker, AIA
Senior Associate | Architect
Brian has over a decade of residential design and construction experience. Beyond architecture, Brian is our resident music fanatic, and a Vienna Secession art and design obsessive.
Lance Hayes, AIA
Senior Associate | Architect
Lance’s passion for architecture has allowed him to explore all over the country. The Montana native loves dramatic landscapes (natural and architectural) and enjoys expressing that love through the artistic lens.
Would you like to learn more?
We’re thrilled that you’re interested!
Board & Vellum is a young and vibrant firm built on the idea that an informed and engaged team leads to better design and happy clients. We wouldn’t be where we are today without passion and hard work, and those same two things keep us going strong today.
Bringing your project from “idea” to fruition is a little different at Board & Vellum. We give personal care to each of our projects, and you’ll be in the loop every step the way. The bonus: we are an integrated firm, so each project has access to plenty of great knowledge — and that leads to better design.
Considering a project? Or, just curious about something?
Send us your questions about design, architecture, interiors, landscape, LEGO rooms… Anything, really. We’re always eager to meet new people, and we’d love to get to know you, your project, and your goals.