JOURNAL: MEDICAL EDUCATION

Take a deep dive into the design philosophy that drives the CO Architects | Hensel Phelps design-build project at the University of California, Riverside. Explore the details in the interior and exterior architecture of the School of Medicine Education Building II.

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Collaboration is the heart of CO’s design practice. In order to support collaborative design processes in a hybrid work environment, CO began working with Matterport to create digital twins of the firm’s project portfolio.

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The cutting-edge Center for Medical Education Innovation transforms Kansas City University’s campus with the design of a forward-thinking and innovative facility that enhances patient-centered curriculum, flexibility, technology and the student experience.

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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 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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What are some key design trends shaping the future of health sciences education? In this journal, learn all about the trends CO features in its buildings to ensure these unique facilities inspire the students, faculty and the greater campus community.

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