jeremy barbour is a registered architect, licensed in the state of new york. he received his M. Sc. in advanced architectural design from columbia university, GSAPP in 2006 and his bachelor of architecture from virginia tech in 2001. in addition to his work with tacklebox, jeremy has taught at pratt institute’s school of architecture, new york institute of technology and currently teaches at parsons the new school for design and the summer architecture studio at columbia’s graduate school of architecture planning and preservation.
an hoang is a brooklyn-based artist, creative partner and a frequent collaborator with tacklebox architecture, since the founding of the firm in 2006.
andrew broddle joined tacklebox architecture in 2014 and is a graduate of Parsons the New School for Design. Since joining the team, Andrew has had a leading role in the design and implementation of projects for Irving Farm Coffee, Solstice, Aesop and Kenneth Cole.
andrew broddle, an hoang, troy lacombe, mitch snyder, jerome hord, ken amoah, hiroshi teramae, christopher kim, carrie mcknelly, michael mcdowell, seonghak lee, joel stewart, lauren adams, eric famisan, leon schmidt, irene urmeneta