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Smart Design for Shared Spaces: Interiors+Sources Magazine reveals 5 Tips to Create Shared Spaces People Will Use. Check out the article to find out CO Principal James Simeo‘s tips to switch up seating.

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In designing University of Kansas Medical Center’s Health Education Building with Helix Architecture + Design, CO balanced the use of brick, glass and metal to create a contemporary and iconic facility that stands out – yet fits in. Read the current issue of Architectural Products Magazine to learn more.

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“They essentially said, ‘Let’s build a space that has never been designed before to test things that have never been built before.’

CO Principal and Science & Technology Director, Andrew Labov, describes the design process for CAST at Caltech in Tradeline’s article — Designing Academic Research Facilities for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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CO’s innovation in custom millwork is highlighted in the design of the Health Innovation Center at Northern Kentucky University. This Construction Specifications Institute article describes how the atrium and social stair feature set a new standard for wood features in commercial construction. Check out the article for more.

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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!

Parini Mehta, AIA, LEED AP, is a Los Angeles-based designer specializing in healthcare design. She shares where her passion for designing healthcare environments began, how working among patient populations continues to feed her desire to create well-designed facilities, and how with CO Architects, she incorporates evidence-based research into her design practice.

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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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