JOURNAL: CO ARCHITECTS

Cal Poly Pomona’s goals to provide a performance-driven, welcoming, transparent and effective student services center were met with thorough CO’s design solutions. The Student Services Building‘s iconic, undulating roof – the fifth facade – was conceptualized and designed as the building’s primary passive performance driver.

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CO Architects joined Operation PPE in Los Angeles County to provide 3D-printed mask and face shield materials for healthcare workers. Learn about the behind the scenes process of printing, assembling and delivering the materials.

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CO created an aspirational and efficient working environment for LACMA‘s new administrative offices with a design that fosters collegiality and provides places of respite.

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Learn how the design of the Cedars-Sinai’s Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion (AHSP) Outpatient Surgery suite provides an inspired and calming hospitality-like environment that is pleasant and dignified for patients, visitors and staff.

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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.

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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.

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Just beneath the Urey Green pedestrian quad, at the edge of UC San Diego’s campus, lies one of the nation’s leading Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facilities. Learn how CO worked through challenges in the design and construction of the hidden NMR space that lives 30 feet below grade at UCSD’s Tata Hall for the Sciences.

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