CJ+C’s PLNU Science Center featured in ArchDaily

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CJ+C is honored to be recognized by ArchDaily as one of San Diego’s best examples of contemporary architecture for our Point Loma Nazarene University Science Center project.

“Designed by San Diego-based architectural firm, Carrier Johnson + CULTURE, and constructed by Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. General Contractors, the 36,000-square-foot complex sits at the heart of the San Diego campus. The innovative design, marked by a curved stainless-steel environmental screen and its prominent coastal site, becomes a memorable home for the university’s rapidly growing and acclaimed interdisciplinary science program, unifying Christian values with a broad curriculum and state-of-the-art technology, laboratories, and classrooms.” -Eric Baldwin, ArchDaily

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