CO’s design for University of Arizona‘s Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building won the School Construction Readers’ Choice Award for Top Facility of the Month. Thank you to all who voted! Check out the article and see other top picks from the past year!
Congratulations to Professors Soon-Jo Chung and Yuki Oka who were recognized by Caltech with named professorships – the Institute’s most distinguished award for individual faculty. CO’s designs for both the Chung Aerospace Robotics & Controls Laboratory Renovation and the Oka-Hong Bioengineering Laboratory at Caltech create innovative spaces that support these professors’ impressive research.
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.
The tallest addition to the Phoenix Biomedical Campus is the 10-story Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB), designed by Los Angeles-based CO Architects in collaboration with Ayers Saint Gross. Programmed, designed, and constructed in only 27 months, the laboratory complex allows University of Arizona research scientists to collaborate with local healthcare providers and private companies to find new medical cures and treatments.
Lab Design Conference | Monday, April 29, 2019
Don’t miss Principal Andrew Labov and Associate Principal Jennifer Swedell present ‘Time & Space Challenges: Design While Building 10 Stories of Biomedical Research in 28 Months,’ a discussion of how the Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building was designed.
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.