Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Architecture, infuses the Aesop atmosphere with local flavours of whiskey and tobacco!
March 2, 2017
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.
SCE faculty member, Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Architecture was recently featured in publication, Frame Magazine. The feature showcases the recent completion of one of two projects for Aesop located in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. Jeremy’s projects address the usage of designing for a local context and being engaged in the creative use of materials. The Aesop Georgetown project uses 30,000 reclaimed heart pine tobacco sticks, sourced from a farm in the region.
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