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Yong Koo Lee Promoted to Firm Principal

Yong Koo Lee Promoted to Firm Principal

Cuningham Group is thrilled to announce the promotion of Associate Principal Yong Koo Lee to the position of Principal. A member of Cuningham Group since 2004, Yong Koo is a lead designer for the Resort Hospitality studio, where he has worked on numerous domestic and international projects. His 25-plus years of experience in the architecture..
Cuningham Group Becomes a Certified Green Business

Cuningham Group Becomes a Certified Green Business

Cuningham Group Architecture strives to promote sustainability in all of our designs, including our own workplaces. As part of this commitment to sustainable, healthy living, Cuningham Group’s Culver City office recently achieved the highest level of certification to become a Certified Green Business with the Culver City Sustainable Business Program (CCSBP) – The Innovator Tier...
The Room Fitness Monitor

The Room Fitness Monitor

How can sensor data directly inform the experience of everyday building occupants? The last three decades have seen a proliferation of sensors and network connectivity in objects ranging from the everyday to the one-of-a-kind. This rapidly increasing digital neural network, often referred to as  the “Internet of Things” (IoT), is poised to completely restructure the..
Starting Small

Starting Small

In urban development, the key to making big strides lies in the little things. “Fond du Lac is…” This was the phrase that residents of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin were prompted to answer using stencils and spray-paint on a sunny Saturday morning this past September. Assisted by a team of Cuningham Group designers, community members..
Minneapolis Office Remodel: Design for Collaboration

Minneapolis Office Remodel: Design for Collaboration

This video is the second of a four-part series about the design process and philosophy for the remodel of our Minneapolis office. Design for Collaboration The essence of Cuningham Group’s culture can be stated in one word: Collaboration. So naturally, it was a key component in the redesign of our Minneapolis office. By utilizing acoustical,..
Bird Safe Glazing

Bird Safe Glazing

There are four general types of threats the built environment poses to birds. These threats, which can result in fatal collisions, are reflectivity, transparency, a beacon effect and interior illumination. However, by adjusting a structure’s glazing and its interior and exterior lighting features, these threats can be mitigated. This post highlights some of the common..