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Throughout a long and stressful renovation, I could always count on excellent design counsel and product recommendations from Amy. She helped me to figure out my style, make beautiful choices that didn't break the bank, and realize the house of my dreams.

-Jennifer, Swarthmore, PA

Amy Cuker

Interior Designer

MBA, LEED AP, NCIDQ Certificate # 17412

 

Education:

BS, Interior Design, Cornell University

MBA, Management, LaSalle University

Danish International Study program in Architecture and Design, University of Copenhagen

 

Amy Cuker is a Philadelphia-area interior designer with over 15 years of experience designing buildings and educating young designers. Amy Cuker has passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Exam and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional.

 

Resume: As an Associate at Design Partnership of Cambridge (DPC), Amy managed interior design projects, million dollar furniture and equipment budgets, and marketing initiatives for a wide range of clients, including public schools, libraries, and universities.

 

Previously, Amy worked as an interior designer at CAMA, Inc. in New Haven, Connecticut, where clients included Yale University, Yale-New Haven Hospital, University of Connecticut, New Haven Savings Bank, and various retail and residential clients.

 

In addition, Amy has served as an interior design instructor at Drexel University, the Boston Architectural College, New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, and Sacred Heart University, and served as a panelist at the Build Boston – Women in Design Conference.

 

Amy’s work has been featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer (see full article), the Huffington Post, the Jewish Exponent, Bedrooms & Baths, HGTV.com’s Room StoriesThe Wall Street JournalTimeOut Philadelphia, and she has published an article on Aging in Place in the Hartford Courant. Amy volunteers for numerous community organizations and has provided pro-bono services as a Design Consultant for the West Philadelphia Coalition for Neighborhood Schools, several preschools, and the Creekside Co-op in Elkins Park.

Amy Cuker

Interior Designer

MBA, LEED AP, NCIDQ Certificate # 17412

 

Education:

BS, Interior Design, Cornell University

MBA, Management, LaSalle University

Danish International Study program in Architecture and Design, University of Copenhagen

 

Amy Cuker is a Philadelphia-area interior designer with over 15 years of experience designing buildings and educating young designers. Amy Cuker has passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Exam and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional.

 

Resume: As an Associate at Design Partnership of Cambridge (DPC), Amy managed interior design projects, million dollar furniture and equipment budgets, and marketing initiatives for a wide range of clients, including public schools, libraries, and universities.

 

Previously, Amy worked as an interior designer at CAMA, Inc. in New Haven, Connecticut, where clients included Yale University, Yale-New Haven Hospital, University of Connecticut, New Haven Savings Bank, and various retail and residential clients.

 

In addition, Amy has served as an interior design instructor at Drexel University, the Boston Architectural College, New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, and Sacred Heart University, and served as a panelist at the Build Boston – Women in Design Conference.

 

Amy’s work has been featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer (see full article), the Huffington Post, the Jewish Exponent, Bedrooms & Baths, HGTV.com’s Room Stories, The Wall Street Journal, TimeOut Philadelphia, and she has published an article on Aging in Place in the Hartford Courant. Amy volunteers for numerous community organizations and has provided pro-bono services as a Design Consultant for the West Philadelphia Coalition for Neighborhood Schools, several preschools, and the Creekside Co-op in Elkins Park.

         

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