AWARDS

The Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building for the University of Arizona, Phoenix is in great company on the shortlist for the 2017 World Architecture Festival Awards.

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The Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building is the recipient of the 2017 Metal Architecture Judges Award for the innovative use of regional, recycled and recyclable copper in its inspired and high-performance façade.

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CO Architects received a 2017 IIDA SoCal Design Award for the Life Sciences Building at Loyola Marymount University, a state-of-the-art facility that supports interdisciplinary collaborative research by putting “science on display.”

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We are excited to announce that the Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building in Phoenix, AZ has won a 2017 North American Copper in Architecture Award. Congratulations to our collaborators and to The University of Arizona. We’d also like to share that the adjacent Health Sciences Education Building was named a Top 10 NACIA award winner selected from a pool of the best copper projects from the last decade.

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CO Architects’ submission for the University of Miami Student Housing Master Plan, Phase 1, was one of the winners of The Architect’s Newspaper 2016 Best of Design Awards. Our submission for the design competition posits an alluring architectural outlook for the future of student housing, transforming preconceived notions of dormitory life on a major university campus.

Read more at The Architect’s Newspaper.

CO Architects, SERA Architects, and Los Angeles artist Pae White received the 2016 CODAward in Education for their collaboration on White’s site-specific installation art piece Fauxcilitator in the CO/SERA designed Collaborative Life Sciences Building & Skourtes Tower. The CLSB is part of an interdisciplinary, multi-institutional campus located on the South Waterfront in Portland, OR.

Read more at Interior Design.

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