NuPath Front Lobby
Woburn, MA

Project Description

Pionarch specializes in commercial interior design services for our corporate customers. Nupath is a non-profit organization serving people with disabilities and brain injuries. The design for the restrooms for people with special needs require ADA code requirements review as well as careful selection of materials. The commercial bathroom design must be functional and durable. Pionarch has been serving companies like Nupath focused on providing special services for their clients. We had helped them create branding and company standards that will serve their facility manager as a guide in budget allocation for future years.

Commercial Branding

Branding of the space means coordination of the interior space and finishes with the logo and company image. The messaging may implement the company unique service, colors and tagline. We had a huge success with creating big word art and unity light for this particular project involving community members in the design process. The clients of Nupath were able to participate in the projects as part of their workshops.

Pionarch is passionate about making people’s life better through design of their spaces. We are here for you to create spaces that meet your style and needs. This project is a perfect example of community project.

Light Fixture Design

The Unity Light is a work of stained glass developed by allowing each member of Nupath to pick out their own piece of stained glass to be placed in the frame. The Unity Light consists of 733 pieces of stained glass.

Ceiling Design

The ceiling is made up of high density fiberglass panels from Ecophon Acoustical Ceiling tiles and Certainteed Grids.

Word Art

The wonder wall is the focal point of the lobby. The graphic of the cloud with words represents the emotions of the members in community of Nupath while they work.

Reception Furniture Design and Specification

This is a custom reception desk made specifically for NuPath by a local woodworker to accommodate wheelchair.

Client’s Reaction:

“During the two years that my organization has partnered with her on a complex, diverse and growing list of design and renovation projects, I have had many opportunities to evaluate and appreciate the value of Lidia’s broad industry experience, astounding work ethic and uncanny attention to detail. While these important attributes are “good” for any business, what makes Lidia a truly “great” designer are her innate sense of style, her impeccable instincts and design aesthetics, and her ability to work effectively with complex teams with diverse personalities!”

Dan Harrison, President & CEO
NuPath Inc.