• Education

    A new century calls for a new approach to learning—one that dissolves barriers between disciplines; between teachers and students; between classrooms and the world around them.
  • Our Work

    Today’s approach to learning dissolves barriers between disciplines; teachers and students; and classrooms and the world around them.

    Learn more about our projects >

Meet our Leaders

We champion collaboration as well as a creative, iterative process of discovery.

Learn more about our Education leaders >

Jorge de la Cal James Simeo L. Paul Zajfen Jennifer Knudsen

In the News

Introducing the new Science II Building at California State University, Sacramento. This five-story, 95,000-SF facility, located on the banks of the American River, will house state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories for biology and chemistry, learning studios, a planetarium, and an observatory.

Read More

Our submission for the University of Miami’s Student Housing Master Plan, Phase 1 design competition posits an alluring architectural outlook for the future of student housing.

Read More

California State University Channel Islands’ Sierra Hall received the 2016 Best Higher Education/Research Project for Southern California from Engineering News-Record. This flexible, new undergraduate science building is organized around an elevated rooftop courtyard, and contains interdisciplinary damp labs that can interchangeably accommodate geology, earth sciences, archaeology and anthropology, supporting growth in any one discipline, or emergent disciplines.

Engineering News-Record

CO Architects’ design for the new Life Sciences Building at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles, CA, was recently recognized with a 2016 Excellence in Architecture for a New Building Merit Award by the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), in association with the American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education (AIA-CAE).


North Hollywood High School was one of 11 campuses prioritized by LAUSD Superintendent Ramon Cortines for rehabilitation, as part of the plan to ask the Bond Oversight Committee next month for $4.2 billion.

Los Angeles Daily News


  • RT @castconnex: SPOTTED! @castconnex Architectural Tapers and Universal Pin Connectors supporting the unique awning feature at the new Biom…

    3 hours ago

  • RT @DeSimoneGroup: Columbia University School of Nursing debuts a new, technology-infused learning facility: @FXFOW

    3 hours ago

  • RT @AIANational: Thoughtfully designed workplaces can improve employee morale & productivity, so why don't companies make it a focus? https…

    8 hours ago