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Summer Interns Explore American Indian Cultural Corridor with Collaborative Project

Summer Interns Explore American Indian Cultural Corridor with Collaborative Project

How does one attract, approach and enter a space? This is the question that the 2019 Summer Student Intern Cohort was tasked with investigating as part of their collaborative project, a staple of Cuningham Group’s Summer Student Cohort program. Working collaboratively across all six of Cuningham Group’s U.S. offices, this year’s cohort explored the American Indian Cultural..
2019 Summer Interns Kick-Off Collaborative Project

2019 Summer Interns Kick-Off Collaborative Project

Each year, the Cuningham Group summer intern cohort steps away from their day-to-day learning and client-driven work to team up on a collaborative project. Yesterday, our 2019 cohort — our largest one yet! — kicked off their project with a site visit to the American Indian Cultural Corridor (AICC). The parameters of the collaborative project..
Benedictine Living Community of Shakopee

Benedictine Living Community of Shakopee

The Benedictine Living Community of Shakopee will be a senior living facility providing independent living, assisted living, and assisted living memory care. Located just two miles from St. Gertrude’s Health and Rehabilitation Center, this new facility will also be a Benedictine Health Systems (BHS) campus. The space, which recalls the historic nature of Shakopee with..
46th Annual NOMA International Conference & Exposition

46th Annual NOMA International Conference & Exposition

Cuningham Group Designer Matthew Trotter has been a member of the National Organization of Minority Architect’s (NOMA) Southern California chapter for 10 years. Trotter was recently elected to the organization’s executive board as its Young Professional Stakeholder and last fall attended the  46th Annual NOMA International Conference & Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. Trotter recounts his experience..
State Fair Master Planning

State Fair Master Planning

“Many people don’t realize that most everything that surrounds us is planned. At a fair or festival, providing a great guest experience is paramount. That’s why it’s so important to look at every aspect of that experience, from point of entry to entertainment venues and facilities to traffic patterns.” – Cuningham Group Principal Brian Tempas,..
Innovation Center – Next Century Learning

Innovation Center – Next Century Learning

Educating a new generation of global citizens who are prepared to create, collaborate, and navigate the world in the 21st Century, is a complex challenge. Architects and designers are thinking differently when designing new educational facilities that are optimal learning environments that are adaptable, transparent and connected, while also sparking creativity and curiosity, empowering kids to..
John W. Cuningham, FAIA, Receives 2018 AIA Minnesota Gold Medal*

John W. Cuningham, FAIA, Receives 2018 AIA Minnesota Gold Medal*

We are honored to announce that Founder John Cuningham has received AIA Minnesota’s 2018 Gold Medal award, which is one of AIA Minnesota’s highest honors. *The following article was published by AIA Minnesota. See the full article here: http://www.aia-mn.org/gold-medal-2018/. Minneapolis, September 24, 2018—John W. Cuningham, FAIA, founder of Cuningham Group Architecture, is the recipient of the..
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,..