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For media, event speaking engagements and award inquiries, contact Katherine Stone, Senior Marketing Manager and Brand Director, at katherinestone@coopercarry.com. No solicitation, please.

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Market Study Lessons Learned When Considering College Towns | Hotel Business | Feb 2020

" ... Ithaka has partnered with the university for the Tony & Libba Rane Culinary Science Center, which is expected to open in the fall of 2022. Among other components, the center will have a 32-room boutique hotel and a 36-seat restaurant ... Because learning was the driver, the center—which is being designed by Cooper Carry—had to be designed differently. 'A restaurant designer will try to get as many seats as possible in a restaurant,' he said, 'but we want to limit the amount of seats because the learning experience is central.'"... Read More

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Nine Architectural Lighting Designers Identify Innovations and Ideas for 2020 and Beyond | Architect | Feb 2020

"Tunable white lighting is becoming more affordable and easier to specify. We’re using it at a high-end restaurant with an open kitchen where we’ll be lighting the chefs in action: The chefs need clean, bright light, but the diners want a soft, dimly lit restaurant. We can adjust the color, brightness, and glare for each light source so that it works for both parties."... Read More

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Northern Kentucky Creating Livable Communities | The Lane Report | Feb 2020

"In Covington, city leaders are working to transform the 23-acre former IRS site into a mixed-use development that includes a levee park, a community plaza for festivals, and a mixture of buildings containing offices, retail shops and places to live. The city hired Cooper Carry, the Atlanta-based global architecture and design firm, to create a conceptual master plan for the site while simultaneously helping the city gain control from the federal government. The firm helped the city gather community input on the project."... Read More

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Atlanta’s Best Design Finds of 2019 | Atlanta Magazine | Dec 2019

"When the hotel got a series of interior overhauls in honor of its 10th anniversary, its restaurant, Atlas, landed the highlight: a sort of secret garden in a 3,000-square-foot solarium with retractable walls, designed by the Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry as a casual complement to the main dining room. Decor includes a floating bar with a laser-cut metal facade and a mosaic interpretation of Gustav Klimt’s unfinished Portrait of Ria Munk III in Italian glass tile."... Read More

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Granite, MetLife Break Ground on Midtown Union Mixed-Use Development, Including Invesco’s Headquarters | Rebusiness Online | Dec 2019

"Designed by Cooper Carry, with Brasfield & Gorrie as the general contractor, the project at 1295 Spring St. consists of a 26-story, 606,000-square-foot office building; an 18-story, 355-unit residential tower atop eight levels of parking; a 12-story, 205-room hotel; 30,000 square feet of retail space and a 635,000-square-foot parking deck providing 1,909 parking spaces."... Read More

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New Renderings Revealed as Key Bridge Marriott Goes Under Review | Urban Turf | Nov 2019

"The project, from Woodridge KB, LLC and Duball Development Services, would partially demolish and renovate the 60 year-old hotel to create a new 446-key hotel between 16-story plus-penthouse residential buildings with a total of 451 units ... Maurice Walters Architects is the master architect and the west residential building architect, while Handel Architects is the east residential building architect and Cooper Carry is the hotel architect."... Read More