Jerome and Dani have worked closely together for over five years.  They have been involved in numerous commercial office, coworking, hospitality, and residential projects.  Each brings their individual strengths, talents, and experiences to make a stronger team.
Jerome is a licensed architect and entrepreneur.  As principal architect of CODAspaces, he manages and oversees all current projects and fosters opportunities for future projects.  He honed his design skills at CLIVE WILKINSON architects (CWA), known world-wide for the innovative designs of office headquarters of both Google and TBWA\Chiat\Day.  Prior to CWA, Jerome was a designer at SFJones Architects, which has designed renowned restaurants such as Spago Beverly Hills, Nobu Malibu, Hamasaku, and Lucky Strike Bowl.  Jerome holds a Master's of Architecture degree from Harvard University and Master's of Engineering and Bachelor's of Science degrees from Cornell University.  He has synthesized his career of creating award-winning architecture, engineering, and construction to establish BLANKSPACES, a progressive workspace environment for creative professionals.
Danielle is an architectural designer involved in all aspects at CODAspaces.  Her prior experience includes working at Sakellar Associates, the oldest architecture firm in Southern Arizona, founded by the influential Nicholas Sakellar.  At Sakellar Associates, Danielle was exposed to a wide range of projects including institutional public works, educational, commercial, and residential; among the firm's clients have been the University of Arizona, Pima Community College, and Metro Restaurants.  She received both her Bachelor's of Arts in English Literature and Creative Writing and Bachelor's of Architecture from the University of Arizona.  She has been honored with numerous design awards from AIA and ABA as well as had the most projects included for the CAPLA accreditation board exhibit.  She works with Jerome out of BLANKSPACES, drawing upon its creative professional culture which is similar to that of the architecture design studio.
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