Thursday, June 28, 2018

Two Schools Collaborating


This is the Arizona BioMedical Collaborative building in downtown Phoenix.  It's collaborative because it's shared by both Arizona State University and the University of Arizona and they may even be collaborating with other biomedical projects.  It's located near a lot of other ASU buildings on the downtown campus.


I like the cactus garden adjacent to the building.  Many of the downtown ASU buildings have copper cladding and you can see a bit of that on the building behind this one.

9 comments:

biebkriebels said...

Must be hot in summer copper cladding, I like the cactus garden.

RedPat said...

I like that cactus garden too!

Silver Willow said...

someone very OCD plotted that cactus garden; everything very nice and symmetrical! :)

William Kendall said...

Very modern architecture!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Sounds like a good relationship Sharon. Love the copper cladding, can see it in the reflection first shot too.

bill burke said...

It's always nice when places and people collaborate with each other. The cactus garden is a beauty, The copper cladding looks very attractive.

Steve Reed said...

Ocotillo! Always a favorite of mine. (I've only seen it a few times in real life!)

Amy Franks said...

That's quite a modern building, I love different kinds of cacti, so easy to grow.

Thérèse said...

So much has changed in recent years. It's looks very nice.