At DBVW Architects, we are known for being good listeners and great collaborators. We are committed to the clients we serve and take pride in all of our work.
From the start, we help clients make informed decisions at a comfortable pace by communicating as simply, clearly, and effectively as the buildings we design.
"Early on, DBVW took the time to ensure a thorough understanding of our work, our aspirations, concerns and expectations for the new space. They converted this understanding into excellent early designs and then worked diligently and responsively to modify the designs according to new information."
Karen Sibley, Brown University, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives & Dean, School of Professional StudiesSee This Project
"They are loyal and devoted architects, which cannot be undervalued."
Dorcas Grigg-Saito, Former CEO, Lowell Community Health CenterSee This Project
"DBVW Architects is a responsive, dedicated and creative firm that you can count on to stand by their work for years to come. They produce inspiring designs that are also practical and highly functional. And they are a pleasure to work with. Very hard to find a better combination!"
Lucie Searle, Real Estate Development, AS220See This Project
"People are simply blown away by this building - the intentionality and attention to detail in the design and the incredible quality of the construction. The professionalism, talent, and dedication of the DBVW team has played a huge role in the success of this project. We are deeply grateful."
Ron Dalgliesh, Assistant Head of School for Institutional Affairs, Moses Brown SchoolSee This Project
"... I could not be more pleased with the creativity, effectiveness, and thoughtful design and oversight provided by the firm... They not only respected the historic nature of this Town, they also designed a facility that is a focal point of our downtown area."
Melissa Grabau Arrighi, Town Manager, Plymouth MASee This Project
"We could not have chosen a more talented partner for creating a beautiful, functional building that reflects and integrates the historic nature of its surroundings."