New Web Site Features Examples of Award-Winning School and Entertainment Projects
As part of ongoing efforts to better communicate with clients and the community, Cuningham Group launched the first phase of their new website at www.cuningham.com. The new web site focuses on projects in the areas of schools and universities, entertainment, museums and discovery centers, mixed-use retail and urban design.
"We want our site to be more than a promotional piece," states Cuningham Group president John Quiter, "Our website offers a unique opportunity to share our expertise and that of others in fields such as education and entertainment where we are recognized as design leaders. That will be our primary focus as we more fully develop our new website over the next year."
The education portfolio section demonstrates how Cuningham will share some of the knowledge and expertise on their web site. The section includes an overview of state-of-the-art concepts in the design of schools, museums, and other learning environments. The theoretical philosophies are supported by project examples and the many industry-related awards demonstrate the success of Cuningham Group’s efforts. A recent school project, Crossroads Elementary School, received an American Association of School Administrators (AASA), American Institute of Architects (AIA), and Council for Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) Citation in 2002 and their "Exploration in the New Millennium" project for the Kennedy Space Center in Florida received the 2001 award for Outstanding Achievement on a Limited Budget by the Themed Entertainment Association.
With offices in Minneapolis, Los Angeles and Madrid, Cuningham Group offers architecture, interior design, urban design and planning, landscape design and visual imaging services in markets that include education, entertainment, corporate, retail, restaurant, resort, hospitality, zoos, museums, worship, civic and housing.
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