Francis Cauffman promotes Bonomo as principal, interior environments

June 10, 2013 - Design / Build

Michael Bonomo, Francis Cauffman

Francis Cauffman has promoted Michael Bonomo to firmwide principal, interior environments. For the last 15 years, Bonomo has designed workspaces for prominent national and international clients. His work includes retail, commercial, and institutional projects with a strong focus in New York.
"We chose to promote Michael because of the exceptional way he has served our clients," said Anthony Colciaghi, principal, corporate practice group. "He will continue to excel as he takes on a greater role, joining Francis Cauffman's senior leadership." John Campbell, who is principal, workplace strategies, said, "In the two years since Michael has joined the firm, he's demonstrated his outstanding ability to help our clients realize their visions and rebrand their professional environments."
Bonomo's interior design portfolio features clients like Aol, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bloomberg L.P., New York University Langone Medical Center, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Spotify, and The Vitamin Shoppe.
For Aol, he is redesigning the company's physical environment to match its culture, business objectives, and brand. Projects for Aol include the redesign of themed 'green room' suites for visiting performers. He also designed Boehringer Ingelheim's 10,000 s/f laboratory and mobile workspace in Danbury, CT. Currently, he is overseeing the redesign of Spotify's 65,000 s/f North American headquarters, for which Francis Cauffman is executive architect.
His designs have been featured in publications including Interior Design, Contract, Visual Merchandising and Store Display and Perspective New York.
Bonomo collaborated with Francis Cauffman principal John Campbell and furniture manufacturer Teknion on Phonebooths & Mailboxes, which details the rise of the open, mobile workspace. In 2013, he joined the editorial advisory board for Contract. His work has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Illumination Award by the Illuminating Engineering Society, the Best of Year Merit Award from Interior Design, and the Education Project of the Year Award from the Greater New York Construction User Council.
Bonomo has a bachelor of arts from Columbia College in Chicago. He is NCIDQ certified and a Professional Member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).


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