Communicating interior architecture is no longer just about floor plans, a few renderings, and a finish board. Today’s sophisticated projects should be an interactive experience early in the design process. Engaging clients in this visual process strengthens the team’s solutions, resulting in greater client satisfaction. Learn how Enscape was used throughout the design process of our most recent healthcare project.
CO created the Architecture Discovery Program to expose young high school women to architecture and encourage them to consider the profession as a career choice. The four-week program brought each of the students together as they designed their own unique projects on the site of CO’s recently designed Cal Poly Pomona Student Services Building.
A look into the design process for the east facade of the Health Sciences Innovation Building at the University of Arizona, and how design changes can be made quickly in a fast-track project when information is fully coordinated with the entire project team.
Adapted from a white paper published by Dassault Systèmes, this article looks at how CO Architects leverages generative design tools for continuous architectural design and engineering innovations.
Last week, CO celebrated the grand opening of the new lobby for the UCLA La Kretz Botany Building. The reimagined lobby space creates sight lines to the adjacent garden and brings to life a mosaic design from the building’s original architect, Paul Williams.The full renovation project will consolidate much of the EEB department within the Botany Building and make departmental research and teaching visible to the greater UCLA community.
Tata Hall for the Sciences is a new state of the art research and teaching laboratory at UC San Diego. Together with our engineers, CO Architects developed energy conservation strategies to reduce the building’s overall energy consumption. As laboratories are one of the most energy intensive building types – and are operational 24 hours a day – efficiencies can yield huge reductions in the building’s carbon footprint.