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Arizona State University’s new Health Futures Center is an eco-friendly building with open learning environments to encourage collaboration between students, faculty and disciplines. CO’s design of the unique trapezoid facade decreases glare from sun exposure and provides proper daylight or shade for interior spaces.

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CO Architects’ Associate Principal Parini Mehta has been named to the AIA AAH List of Healthcare Design’s Best Under 40.

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CO is committed to pioneering new paths in design and project delivery using the latest digital technologies and software to create exceptional projects for our clients.

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On April 25th, CO Architects was on hand to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Health Futures Center (HFC) for Arizona State University adjacent to the Phoenix Mayo Clinic Campus. The first building on a new ASU campus supporting the Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care, it will be a destination for top-quality health care research, professional education, industry interaction and treatment breakthroughs.

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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.

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CO’s Fabian Kremkus discusses higher education trends and how CO creates spaces for student engagementand& experience – all while using sustainable and cost-effective materials – in Ascent magazine.

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CO’s design for these iconic, copper-clad education and research “sister buildings” on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus is featured this month in Metal Construction News. Learn why CO chose copper for the Sonoran Desert-inspired design of the Health Sciences Education Building and Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building for the University of Arizona- Phoenix.

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