65: Brick | Center of Developing Entrepreneurs (CODE)

41m 15s |
In this episode, Cherise is joined by Jill Traylor, Principal/Director of Interior Design and Tyler Guidroz, Associate/Architect at EskewDumezRipple with offices in New Orleans, Louisiana and Washington D.C. They discuss the Center of Developing Entrepreneurs (CODE) in Charlottesville, Virginia.

CODE is a new mixed-use project in Downtown Charlottesville comprised of a new public plaza for the historic pedestrian mall and 215,000 sf of multi-use space, including a strategic combination of coworking, office space, shared amenities, and retail.

The building was envisioned as a new public forum and collision space - a new version of Charlottesville - where individuals across demographics might meet in pursuit of a better future. The exterior was inspired by the brick cladding and punched window openings of the historic buildings that surround the building. The façade boasts a modern rainscreen that offers high levels of insulation and thermal performance.
Photo Credit: Alan Karchmer

Topics Discussed:
Sedia Systems
DOAS Units
Green Roof


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Cherise Lakeside, FCSI, CDT
Senior Spec Writer | RDH Building Science
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Jill Traylor
Director of Interior Design | EskewDumezRipple
Tyler Guidroz image
Tyler Guidroz
Associate/Architect | EskewDumezRipple