A knowledgeable interior design team is critical in helping healthcare clients understand the best materials for their facilities and specific use cases.
Cushing Terrell promotes Sandi Rudy, RID, LEED ID+C to lead the firm’s Interior Design service sector.
Interior design at Cushing Terrell seeks to impact quality of life and culture through the built environment by promoting health, safety, and well-being.
Cushing Terrell, a multi-disciplinary architecture, engineering, and interior design firm, announces the promotion of eleven new asssociates.
Sustainability Director Ashleigh Powell explores the Cushing Terrell LEED Platinum office in Boise as a case study for sustainable design principles.
How do you design a great workplace for technology companies and their employees? Our experts speak to their top design strategies.
Working to advance holistic environmental sustainability, the Cushing Terrell Green Advocacy Council (GAC) serves as a collective knowledge and resource base for our firm and our clients.
Inspired by Design for Freedom, team members embark on a campaign to heighten awareness of forced labor in the building materials supply chain.
The Cushing Terrell Design Forum was resurrected as design team members from various disciplines and locations met in Boise, Idaho, to sharpen design skills, make friends, and rejuvenate the soul.
Corey Johnson, co-lead of our education design studio, recently joined Sandi Rudy, senior interior designer for our commercial design studio, to explore how we can cross-pollinate knowledge and findings between markets.
We recently named 11 team members as associates, recognizing their contributions to CTA, our projects, and our communities.
Celebrating International Women's Day 2022 with the voices of working moms at Cushing Terrell to learn about the unique lens they bring to our design practice.
With the right tools, metrics, and processes, Cushing Terrell shares how we can develop a better user experience at work.
Cushing Terrell, a multi-disciplinary architecture, engineering, and interior design firm, announces the promotion of nine new asssociates.
Cushing Terrell, a multi-disciplinary architecture, engineering, and interior design firm, announces the promotion of team members to associate principal.
Post occupancy evaluations are a key part of research-based design to create more comfortable, productive workplaces.
Hands of Promise Campus: How Integrated, Community-Supported Design Resulted in a One-of-a-Kind Project
The Idaho Youth Ranch’s Hands of Promise Campus began in 2015 with master planning and which celebrated the opening of its Residential Center for Healing and Resilience in August 2023.
Design Principal David Koel, an architect for 26 years, is a curious guy. He channels his hunger for knowledge into learning opportunities — from reading to investigation to simply asking a zillion questions of people who know things he doesn't. (This especially comes out in his many discussions with clients.) But Koel doesn't learn in a vacuum — and he thinks asking questions should not only be encouraged but given center stage at a design- and knowledge-centric place like Cushing Terr
Associate Principal Corey Johnson describes how education facility design can help address labor market changes with a focus on experiential learning.
What's one of the benefits of a really great place to work? Amenities such as elevated breakrooms and full-service cafés where employees can gather for a healthy meal during busy days can help bring people back to the office.
Over the course of working with Billings Clinic for 20 years, one thing’s been abundantly clear — this client puts patients first. This philosophy can sometimes mean taking the time to rethink how we design healthcare facilities and the patient experience within them. The new Billings Clinic Dialysis Center in Montana is a good example of knowing when it’s time to change things up. Opened in late July, the center is a partnership between Billings Clinic and Dialysis Clinic, Inc., one of the l
Cushing Terrell’s multidisciplinary team uses the “Ecology of Education” as our approach to understanding user groups and designing the best learning environments for them.
Cushing Terrell, a multi-disciplinary architecture, engineering, and interior design firm, announces market and service sector promotions.
Multidisciplinary design firm Cushing Terrell occupies 9,000 sq. ft. office space in Seattle’s Waterfront District.
For a custom furniture project, the Cushing Terrell team designed changeable, mobile, flexible pieces for an artist/maker-space studio.
Kevin Stewart Joins multidisciplinary design firm Cushing Terrell as Food and Beverage Design Studio Director.
Learn how to assess and the improve indoor air quality in your school to realize long-term health and wellness benefits for your students and staff.
This renovation project for Big Sky Economic Development created a state-of-the-art, collaboration space geared at helping businesses flourish and grow.
By leveraging holistic design strategies to address a range of needs, a school building can help set students free to learn, grow, and be themselves.
For the Aspen Lumberyard Affordable Housing Project, Cushing Terrell developed data-driven scenarios to help the client and community visualize different options aimed at not only meeting a critical need, but also serving as a stand-out example of sustainable development.
A natural offshoot of our team's multidisciplinary talents, contributing to public art projects is one way we stretch our creative muscles.
When thinking about how to best support healthcare professionals through design, we’ve spent a lot of time talking to clients and their staff. These are some of the strategies we've developed as a result to positively impact their health and well-being
The integrated design project delivery method can preempt issues by establishing early and frequent collaboration.
The future of landscape architecture is the nature-driven design of space, technologically enhanced experiences of the outdoors, and timeless environments that people crave for well-being.
A strong workforce starts with a strong educational foundation, and this goes far beyond a traditional classroom or lecture hall for healthcare workers to encompass hands-on, immersive learning spaces.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle covers construction progress of Bozeman's new Gallatin High School with a quote from CTA architect Nathan Helfrich.
Jim Beal and Corey Johnson (principals and co-leaders of CTA's Education studio), along with architect Alex Bingham and interior designer Sandi Rudy, are designing Austin, Texas's new Waterloo School. The private high school has core values of Belonging, Mentorship, Restoration, Complexity, Flourishing, Growth, and Generosity; and will focus on incorporating the city of Austin as a classroom. Recently, the team presented a design charrette and used an Oculus immersive VR experience to a
Along with the architectural design and the construction of a building, building enclosure design is critical to the quality and long-term performance of a project.
Hailing from diverse offices across the US, our teams showcase the very best in multi-disciplinary collaboration. Whether the expertise comes from one location or multiple, we work with clients to design responsible, imaginative, first-of-their-kind environments.
Healthcare Design Director Karl DeCock dives into the aspects of compounding pharmacy design as it relates to whole building design and USP 800 compliance.
Multidisciplinary design firm, Cushing Terrell, has promoted Charlie Deese, AIA, NCARB, to the role of Education Design Director.
Kaare Sola describes how our Sustainable Interiors Group is taking on the challenge of "greening" our materials libraries across our 13 offices.
Learn more about the Cushing Terrell team in Boise, Idaho.
Making the case for compact, vertical urban neighborhoods — Keith Walzak looks at how growing up rather than out can benefit people and the planet.
Pull back the curtain and get to know the people behind the design. The solutions we bring to our clients and communities are brought to you by an incredible team of creative, passionate individuals devoted to delivering better built environments — places that support healthy, productive, sustainable ways of living. #PeoplePassions
Cushing Terrell to support University of Idaho students as they participate in design studios to conceptualize a new cultural diaspora museum in Boise.
Energy Services lead, Tim Johnson, outlines three case studies that demonstrate the benefits of using data modeling to achieve high-performance buildings.
Cushing Terrell is one of two firms selected by Engineering News-Record (ENR) editors to receive 2023’s Mountain States Design Firm of the Year designation.
Pull back the curtain and get to know the people behind the design. Tracy Baker is a healthcare architect and team-bonding enthusiast.
Consumers are time-conscious, and at the same time, they’re shifting to a lifestyle defined by health and wellness. As a result, the concept of well-being is taking on a whole new meaning in the world of retail. Today’s retailers are looking to strike a balance between efficient shopping and the desire to slow down, indulge, and connect. Thus, in this age of convenience, retail design must meet consumers where they are, both physically and emotionally, throughout their shopping journey.