JOURNAL: DESIGN

SoCal NOMA introduced their first Virtual Summer Camp – a three day virtual program with classroom, assignments, exhibits, workshops and presentations. CO Architects participated mentoring minority children in architecture through this three-day virtual classroom.

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COworkers explain the design process of UCLA Rosenfeld Hall after reaching a design milestone. Take a look through a series of gifs and images to learn how the design team creatively reviews design options with UCLA to understand all the nuances of the project in real-time.

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The design team departs on a journey of discovery to inform the design of the modernization and addition to LAUSD’s North Hollywood High School, deploying human-centered design methods that build a deep understanding, trust and empathy as the foundation for the design of the new campus.

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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’s Technology Strategist Michael Shafer shares technology trends to consider when designing learning spaces and infrastructure to support academic and research campuses.

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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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