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Minneapolis Office Remodel: Design for Transformation

Minneapolis Office Remodel: Design for Transformation

This video is the first of a four-part series about the remodel of our Minneapolis office. Design for Transformation Over the past 20 years, changes in technology have dramatically altered the way in which architecture firms operate. As part of a unifying branding effort across all Cuningham Group offices, our Minneapolis location was redesigned in..
Custom Solutions and the Art of Listening

Custom Solutions and the Art of Listening

The spaces that Cuningham Group designs tell our clients’ individual stories and celebrate their personal experiences. Because of this, we depend on the power of listening and asking the right questions to reveal the inherent story of each client that is in line with their vision and objectives. We then use these personalized visions to..
Visual Communication

Visual Communication

Bridging the translation gap with concept packages. In the design world, effective communication of complex ideas is critical to a project’s success. Whether it’s hospitality, education, healthcare, restaurant and retail or big name entertainment, if we cannot communicate our vision in a compelling fashion, we will not have a compelling design. This can be especially..
Minneapolis office renovation balances history, design and functionality

Minneapolis office renovation balances history, design and functionality

In 2017, Cuningham Group renovated the largest of its seven U.S.-based offices in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Located in the historic St. Anthony Main office complex along the Mississippi River, the office blends 21st Century office design, sustainability and state-of-the-art technology in a late-1800s building. The overarching goal for the remodel was to create an aesthetically-inspiring space..
Salone Internazionale del Mobile

Salone Internazionale del Mobile

The Salone del Mobile. Milano hosts an annual furniture convention in Milan, Italy to showcase the latest designs in furniture from companies all over the world. Earlier this year, education-focused Interior Designers Hailey Wrasman and Mackenzie Henle had the opportunity to attend the 57th Salone Internazionale del Mobile. Hailey and Mackenzie were among 435,000 attendees from..
A Midcentury Landmark Finds A Renewed Life*

A Midcentury Landmark Finds A Renewed Life*

*This article was featured in the August 26 Issue of the Arizona Republic.  What is it like to work in a landmark? Absolutely inspiring! That’s what we have discovered over the past few months since Cuningham Group Architecture, Inc. settled our Phoenix operations into the historic Farmers & Stockmens Bank building. The Midcentury Modern landmark..
When Architecture and Neuroscience Converge

When Architecture and Neuroscience Converge

The conference for the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture Connections: BridgeSynapses is a forum for architects and neuroscientists to bridge between neuroscience research and a growing understanding of human responses to the built environment. The presentation of established projects through this interface provides an opportunity for the architecture community to listen, pose questions, and engage to..
Back to School with 21st-Century Learning

Back to School with 21st-Century Learning

Pathways Innovation Center (PIC)/Roosevelt High School, Casper, Wyoming Cuningham Group, in collaboration with MOA Architecture as the team’s local partner, designed a new high school campus in Casper, Wyoming. The 38-acre campus serves approximately 720 full-time equivalent high school students and is home to Roosevelt High School, a comprehensive high school, and the new Pathways..
Alexandria Area High School Designed for Flexibility

Alexandria Area High School Designed for Flexibility

Designed to accommodate educational change, the flexibility of Alexandria Area High School gives both teachers and students the ability to adapt for different styles of learning.  John Pfluger, Principal at Cuningham Group, stated that the goal was to break the mold of a traditional high school and give the students an environment similar to what they will experience..