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.
As the first building on the campus, Sedgwick Hall is a symbol of Rockhurst University’s rich history. In this journal post, learn how CO celebrates and uncovers 100+ years of history in this newly renovated building.
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.
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.
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.
Essential to the success of the contemporary medical school is its facility’s ability to adapt to changes in medical curriculum and pedagogy, and for the program spaces to support multiple functions. Innovative solutions to traditional medical education space planning will result in a building able to flex to various scaled activities in a single space. Designing for change will create a facility that is durable, enduring and sustainable, demonstrating a prudent use of an institution’s physical, financial and human resources.
This year’s AAMC Joint Spring Meeting offered a series of sessions presenting exploratory studies from all over the country. Two sessions, led by a university president and the CEO of the Human and Civil Rights Center exposed the process of innovation through two very different perspectives. Designer Avery Miller shares her insights in our latest journal post.