Jeremy Barbour featured in Architectural Record

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Growing up in Roanoke, Virginia, Jeremy Barbour (B.Arch 2001) says architecture was never on his radar. Now the principal of three-year-old New York City – based firm Tacklebox, as well as a teacher at Columbia’s School of Architecture (where he received his master’s) and Parsons The New School For Design, he lives and breathes it. He credits one professor in particular for taking him from experimenting with architecture to obsessed. “I took a class at Virginia Tech with Pia Sarpaneva,” says Barbour, “and she really inspired me to understand that the possibilities with architecture, despite the parameters, were endless.”

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