it is our hope that through the calibration of the design process, we may resist the tendency towards the preconceived idea and continue to work with our clients to develop unique environments that foster a sense of timelessness and provide a richness in which we dwell.

engage the client in the process

together, the client and architect define an architectural strategy: a framework defined by the architect and calibrated by client/user input. both the initial defining of this framework by the architect and the subsequent calibration in response to client/user input defines a process that enables us to circumvent any individual preconceptions and allow for a collectively defined outcome.

creative (mis)use of materials

by reclaiming common, ordinary or otherwise overlooked materials, removing them from their given context and [mis]using them in a new extra-ordinary way, we are able to reveal a material essence that evokes an evidence of the hand and fosters a sense of timelessness.


we feel that it is essential to investigate techniques of making that are otherwise foreign to us. therefore we often engage emerging artists and manufactures in our process so that we may embrace new methods of making and critically re-define their role in architecture.

founded in 2006, tacklebox architecture, pllc is a brooklyn architecture firm with a portfolio that includes residential housing, retail, interior design, custom furniture, and product design. in 2010, tacklebox was selected by the american institute of architects new york chapter as one of the seven best new architecture practices in its biennial design competition, new practices new york. Copyright 2006-2017 tacklebox architecture, pllc

jeremy barbour

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

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

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.

current and past collaborators

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

aesop georgetown
pasta restaurant
aesop jackson square
new milford barn
aesop grand central
irving farm coffee - fulton center
aesop university place
aesop nolita
west hollywood residence
gerson residence