Our goal is to create engaging, healthy, and sustainable outdoor spaces that respect the natural world, while enhancing the quality of life for clients and spectators. We proudly offer the distinction of having experience in landscape architecture, urbanism, and the realm of public policy, which uniquely enables our team to effectively and sustainably create community and connections, and foster beauty across a variety of project types.
Located on the Northern Star Council’s Historic Fort Snelling property, the new Peter J.
Cuningham designed this 200,000-square-foot senior living development in Council Bluffs, Iowa, for Presbyterian Homes Housing and Assisted Living Services (PHHAL).
The Minnesota State Fair’s largest project since the Works Progress Administration era.
Established in 1907, the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden was the first public wildflower garden in the United States.
The transformation of Humboldt High School, an environmental/deaf and hard-of-hearing magnet school, includes the remodel of the school’s educational wing, several additions to
The remodeled American Indian Magnet School is designed to be a celebration of culture, community, and learning.
St. Anthony Park Elementary School transformed its once-traditional school layout into an open, flexible environment that considers the needs of students and staff.
Stemming from a need to address its growing attendance, the redevelopment of the Minnesota State Fair’s north end activates a previously underutilized space.