Cuningham Group Awarded Sun Corridor EDGE Certificate

Cuningham Group Awarded Sun Corridor EDGE Certificate

Cuningham Group was recently awarded the Sun Corridor EDGE (Economic Development for the Global Economy) Certificate of Recognition by the Joint Planning Advisory Council (JPAC) for our role in the export of global business and services in support of the Arizona economy. Cuningham Group was among 17 businesses recognized for their exporting initiatives. The Hamad..
“Amazing Spaces, Places and Escapes: Re-imagining Tree Houses” Summer Exhibit is Open!

“Amazing Spaces, Places and Escapes: Re-imagining Tree Houses” Summer Exhibit is Open!

Architecture + Landscape Architecture Collaboration A tree house project designed by a Cuningham Group team was one of 12 creative, multi-dimensional structures made by designers, artists, architects, builders and hobbyists selected for the Reimagining Tree Houses exhibit currently on display at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. The tree house, Oculus, was designed by Amy Cheever, Tyler Whitehead, Michael..
The Path of Design Communication Through Time

The Path of Design Communication Through Time

Technology and design are inextricably intertwined. This is because design is intangible and needs to be communicated — to the client, builder, reviewer and the design team. Design has followed the evolution of practices and technology throughout history, combining and incorporating traditional methods with burgeoning concepts, and creating novel ways of creating, thinking and communicating...
Aspen Community School Receives LEED Gold Certification!

Aspen Community School Receives LEED Gold Certification!

Aspen Community School has occupied its rural site since 1972, enjoying expansive mountain views. Forty years later, the school earned a BEST Grant and raised funds to replace failing existing structures and better support its educational goals. The new K-8 and gym buildings deliver high performance educational environments with significantly improved thermal comfort and connections..
May 16 – What You Don’t Know About Preserving Modern Architecture (plus a Tour of the A-Mill Lofts)

May 16 – What You Don’t Know About Preserving Modern Architecture (plus a Tour of the A-Mill Lofts)

Historic preservation is changing – are we ready for it? Building materials, construction technology, and design philosophy changed dramatically in the post war period. As these buildings and construction methods merge into our historic lexicon, we are confronted with new challenges for adaptive reuse, retrofit, understanding historic significance, and heritage preservation. This “Top Ten” list..
Art, Meet Architecture

Art, Meet Architecture

As disciplines, art and architecture can be fast friends or distant cousins, but in rare cases they can be soul mates. This happens to be true with Frank Gehry’s design for the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, which opened in 1997. Last February I was fortunate to spend a couple days touring the collections, exhibitions..
Congratulations to our Landscape Architecture Team for Winning TWO ASLA-MN Awards!

Congratulations to our Landscape Architecture Team for Winning TWO ASLA-MN Awards!

Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden Wetland Boardwalk  General Design – Merit Award Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota Short Description: The Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden, established in 1907, was the first public wildflower garden in the United States. The much needed and newly designed boardwalk features a unique curved modular system that allows for ease of assembly and quick..