• Medical Education and Simulation

    As medical schools continue to adapt—to new pedagogies, technologies and generations of students—so must the environments in which they teach and learn.
  • Our Learning Environments

    We are at the forefront of the dynamic curricular changes that have led to new learning, simulation and research environments.

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Meet our Leaders

Our programming and space planning standards are industry norms among medical educators and design professionals across the country.

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Jonathan Kanda Scott P. Kelsey L. Paul Zajfen Arnold Swanborn

In the News

A teaching facility in Kansas is the poster child for the future of health-care education.

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The recycled copper cladding of the Health Sciences Education Building on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus blends into the Southwestern landscape and acts as an innovative ‘sunscreen’ to mitigate extreme temperatures. Learn more about CO’s facade design strategies in Architizer’s latest feature.

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COworkers are giving four presentations at the 2018 AIA National Conference in New York City June 21-23.

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Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University is state’s first private medical school to open in more than six decades.

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The Health Education Building is a four-story, 171,000-sf building designed by Co Architects and Helix Architecture that includes high-tech simulation environments and flexible learning studios. Large-scale teaching studios and clinical skills and simulation labs support active, team-based learning.

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The Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building for the University of Arizona, Phoenix is in great company on the shortlist for the 2017 World Architecture Festival Awards.

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CO teamed with FXCollaborative on a new iconic facility for the Columbia University School of Nursing. Learn more about the state-of-the-art simulation facilities in Crain’s New York Business.

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