JOURNAL: ARCHITECTURE

Principal Alex Korter joined CO in 2005 and has worked on technically advanced buildings on academic, healthcare and urban campuses while serving as leader of the firm’s Facades Group. Learn what drives Alex’s interest in architecture, his advice for young architects as well as what’s on his desk and what he’d order for his last meal on earth.

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CO Architects worked with non-profit Sail to Shelter to design temporary shelters made with repurposed sails.

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Meet Principal Scott Kelsey, a native Angeleno and COworker for over 35 years who is nationally recognized for his expertise in the ever-evolving planning and design of medical schools. Learn about the people and places that inspired his career, what it was like spending the night in Le Corbusier’s La Tourette, and why he believes meaningful architecture challenges us to push for innovation.

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CO’s Architecture Discovery Program provides an opportunity for local high school students to gain firsthand insight to the profession of architecture while learning design fundamentals.

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Principal Tom Chessum joined CO in 1986 as one of the firm’s original members. He has devoted his 35+ year architectural career to designing impactful healthcare, research and higher education projects. Learn how collaborative design processes inspires him, what sparked his interest in architecture at a very young age, and what he uses for his sketches.

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As methods of teaching and learning continue to evolve, flexible and adaptable space is paramount. In this new journal, Michael Stebbins discusses some current trends in K-12 education design that support team-based learning, wellness and healthy socialization.

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COworkers Jen Wong and Jenn Carter attended this year’s AIA National Conference for the first time in Chicago. Learn about their experience at the conference and key takeaways from notable speakers like Barack Obama, their favorite architectural tours, and what places around they city inspired them.

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