JOURNAL: DESIGN

The new Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine (SoM) will anchor UNLV’s new health sciences campus and contribute to the transformation of Las Vegas’ medical district. The SoM will serve as a beacon to the community and a sustainable model for building in an urban desert environment.

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The new Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation headquarters repurposes a former 1980s warehouse-turned-office-building, transforming it into a modern research laboratory and workplace. While working remotely and using new methods of collaboration, the design team uncovered existing site conditions and integrated the historic character of the building into the new design.

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Star Wars, Minecraft, and architecture collided at the 2021 SoCal NOMA Summer Camp, as students worked together to design museums inspired by Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) values.

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CO recently wrapped up another successful summer Architectural Discovery Program. This four-week program exposes young minds to the world of architecture and encourage students to consider architecture as a potential career path. This year’s program included in-person site visits and virtual experiences to guide each of the five high school students in their discovery of architecture.

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How do you design for sustainability in a challenging climate? Learn more in this new journal by CO’s Tighe Lanning, where he details the sustainable design features that make this healthcare building LEED Gold.

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The Health Futures Center creates a new campus and building for Arizona State University, supporting flagship programs with Mayo Clinic to help discover health innovations and navigate new challenges. The new 142,000-sf building encourages transdisciplinary partnerships with a flexible multifunctional program of research laboratories, simulation suites, workspaces and instructional rooms, a conference center and meeting space.

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Scott Kelsey shares what psychology teaching and research trends the CO design team implemented to transform a historic Paul R. Williams-designed tower into a modern and collaborative environment for UCLA’s Psychology Department.

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