Tyler Guidroz

LEED Green Associate
Associate | Project Architect

Tyler hails from Cajun Country and migrated east to pursue architecture at Tulane University. Studying and working during the rebuilding of New Orleans enhanced his understanding of progress and growth, now refined through the lenses of place, culture, history, and context.

After serving as Project Architect for the Center of Developing Entrepreneurs (CODE), a unique 215,000 sf multi-use space of collaboration, coworking, and corporate offices, Tyler’s recent studio work has focused on feasibility studies for a range of higher education institutions, including at Tulane, LSU, and for Tulane’s School of Medicine and their migration to the former Charity Hospital.

Tyler believes that designing is an act of giving, both to the public and the client. Highly collaborative inside the studio and with our clients, he enjoys sharing his knowledge through tutorials and teaching. He strives to push forward the use of advanced software to create architecture that is a register of our time and a reference to our place.

Outside the office, Tyler pursues glory on the pickup soccer field, serenity on a stand-up paddle board, and a cold drink in a quiet bar.


Lafayette, LA
Tulane University
The Center of Developing Entrepreneurs (CODE)