located in the nolita neighborhood of manhattan, this is the first international store for Claus Porto, the famed 131-year-old portuguese beauty and fragrance house.
conceived by Tacklebox Architecture under the direction of Jeremy Barbour, the design pays homage to portuguese architecture and craftsmanship.
Tacklebox Architecture is included in the Architect's Newspaper's "inaugural Top 50 Interior Architects List, featuring emerging and established firms across the U.S. While these architects’ and designers’ talents certainly go beyond interior work, they are deftly pushing the boundaries of residential, retail, workplace, and hospitality spaces and cleverly reimagining the spaces we inhabit." - AN
Detroit! Come out and hear about our practice as part of the Samsung x WeWork Lecture Series. @tacklebox_ny @digifabshop and @shinola discuss making and the creative process. See you Monday night!
Tacklebox infuses the Aesop atmosphere with local flavors of whiskey and tobacco
WASHINGTON, D.C. AND SAN FRANCISCO – ‘All our projects begin with a careful consideration of the history and local context of a given site,’ says Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Architecture. Read more on Frame