Parsons

  • Profile:

    Jeremy Barbour is the founding principal of TACKLEBOX ARCHITECTURE an innovative architecture firm based in New York City with a portfolio that includes retail interiors, commercial office design, single and multi-family residential projects, and furniture design.  The work of TACKLEBOX ARCHITECTURE has received multiple awards and has been featured in over 75 publications.  In 2010, TACKLEBOX ARCHITECTURE was among 7 firms selected as a recipient of AIANY's New Practices New York Award.  In 2018, the Architect's Newspaper recognized Tacklebox Architecture as one of the top 50 Interior Architecture firms. 

    Jeremy Barbour holds a Master of Science degree in Advanced Architectural Design from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech.  Jeremy is an Adjunct Professor teaching architecture at Parsons, the New School for Design and has taught architecture for over 12 years at multiple universities including Columbia GSAPP, New York Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute, School of Architecture.

    Barbour has lectured and exhibited the work of TACKLEBOX ARCHITECTURE at numerous national and international venues including the AIA Center for Architecture, Columbia, GSAPP, Virginia Tech, Norwich University, Parsons, the New School for Design, and at the Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil in Sao Paulo.

    Degrees Held:

    Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation     Bachelor of Architecture Virginia Tech, College of Architecture and Urban Studies

     

    Professional Affiliations:

    American Institute of Architects

     

    Research Interests:

    architecture,fabrication,furniture design,interior design,spatial design studies

    Current Courses:

    Design Studio 1

    Materiality and Assembly

    Materiality and Assembly (Spring 2019)

    Materiality and Assembly: Rec

    Materiality and Assembly: Rec (Spring 2019)

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