JOURNAL: TECHNOLOGY

CO joined the AIA Los Angeles Practice Committee’s Roundtable “Future of Remote Working in Architecture Practice” on February 16. CO’s Managing Principal Scott Kelsey was on the panel while Senior Associate Lauren Coles moderated this roundtable discussion on office re-entry.

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Discover the story behind the innovative design concepts and program spaces found in the University of Arizona’s Health Sciences Innovation Building.

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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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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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A look into the design process for the east facade of the Health Sciences Innovation Building at the University of Arizona, and how design changes can be made quickly in a fast-track project when information is fully coordinated with the entire project team.

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Adapted from a white paper published by Dassault Systèmes, this article looks at how CO Architects leverages generative design tools for continuous architectural design and engineering innovations.

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CO Architects continues to investigate technologies that support collaborative and informed decision making through the client’s view. Learn how CO pushes boundaries by mixing the physical and virtual. In this evolved iteration, mixed reality operating rooms showcase user interaction with physical scale models tracked by cameras using Computer Vision.

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