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Shriners Hospitals’ desire to meet California’s new CalGreen sustainability requirements while still creating a striking architectural statement in a high-seismic zone led the designers of the Shriners for Children Medical Center to the obvious choice: steel.

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Photographer Marc Goodwin has taken his tour of architecture studios around the world to the US, kicking off with 15 workspaces in Los Angeles that are packed with models and photographs.

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Facades+ San Francisco  |  Thursday, February 7, 2018

We are excited to announce that Design Principal Arnold Swanborn and COworker Ben Bye will be speaking at Facades+ in San Francisco! Join us for their talk “Reinvention of the Norm: Dynamic Facades that Perform,” where they discuss the shifts in the programs of buildings, transformations in the skins of buildings, and engineering marvels.

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The Center for Medical Education Innovation recently broke ground at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) in Kansas City, MO, to bolster the ever-evolving future of osteopathic medical education by using innovative simulation technology. The new, four-story, 56,000-square-foot facility provides flexible, state-of-the-art learning environments to offer students advanced education, while positioning the university as a progressive leader in the field. Construction is scheduled for completion in 2020.

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AIA TAP Building Connections Congress  |  Monday, January 7, 2018

Don’t miss Director of Digital Design and Technology Nuri Miller presenting at the Congress.

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@COArchitectsLA

We are pleased to announce our new design principal, associate principals, senior associates and associates for 2018!

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A glazed box revealing floors wrapped in a terracotta screen forms part of this new academic facility, designed for the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Built on the site of a former parking lot, the Health Education Building is located on a prominent corner in the University of Kansas Medical Center campus. It serves as the primary educational facility for the institution’s medical, nursing and allied health programs.

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