Ben Juckes: Pushing Boundaries Through Computational Design


“I was blown away by all the tools and technologies that people were using there,” Ben recalls. “The idea that you had the ability to harness complicated geometries through simple procedures really fit with my style of designing, and I decided that this is the way I wanted to practice architecture.”
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University of Utah publishes Q+A with Mehrdad Yazdani


“Looking back to when Lassonde Studios existed solely as an abstract idea… Yazdani stood and told the committee that he’d never designed a building like Lassonde Studios. In fact, given the university’s bold vision for the project, he was confident nobody ever had.”
Q&A with the Lead Design who shaped the Lassonde Studios.
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Urbanize.LA publishes update on Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine


Kaiser Permanente's Medical School Pushes Forward in Pasadena -
The new facility is aiming to open in 2020.
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Jacobs Medical Center’s Serenity Room Receives International Design Award


The Serenity Room at UC San Diego Health’s Jacobs Medical Center has received a 2018 International Award for Religious Art & Architecture as part of Faith & Form’s prestigious annual awards program. Specifically, the Serenity Room is recognized for interior design of a liturgical space. A full list of winners is posted on Faith & Form’s website as a photo gallery.

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Mehrdad Yazdani Keynotes A+D Museum’s Open Building for Resilient Cities Conference


Mehrdad Yazdani delivered the keynote talk at the architecture + design (a+d) museum’s lecture on Open Building for Resilient Cities on Friday, Dec. 7 and also took part in a panel discussion. The event, hosted by a+d and Woodbury University recognized that planning for resilience and change is an urgent necessity – for the well-being of the built environment, for social institutions, and for every human being.
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