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AEC Next explains how CO used Dassault Systemes’ 3D Generative Innovator platform to design the trapezoidal-shaped undulating facade of Arizona State University’s Health Futures Center using real-time geometric feedback. The building is not just unique looking, but functional, as it is intended for energy efficiency and occupant comfort.

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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.

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Just beneath the Urey Green pedestrian quad, at the edge if 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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IIBEC Region V Meeting 2019  |  Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Don’t miss Associate Principal Alex Korter at the IIBEC Region V Meeting 2019: Better Building Performance – Constructability Through Collaboration. Alex’s presentation –”Interface – Understanding the Impact of Transitions on Facade Performance” – will address architects’ responsibility to ensure facade performance goals are clearly communicated and executed, especially in atypical conditions.

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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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@COArchitectsLA

We are honored to be named Engineering News-Record California‘s 2019 Design Firm of the Year!

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The Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper features how CO is resurrecting artwork by Paul Revere Williams in the renovation of the UCLA La Kretz Botany Buildingunlocking the existing building’s design, location and history to make a modern facility that will serve UCLA far into the future.

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