Jeremy Barbour’s Tackle Box Architecture designs storefront for Claus Porto First International Store


Congratulations to SCE’s very own Jeremy Barbour, adjust professor of Architecture for designing Claus Porto’s first international store in Soho.

“Stretching across the length of the ground-floor space, Tacklebox’s principal Jeremy Barbour has created a 42 ft long archway made entirely from Portuguese cork, which visitors can step into and admire Claus Porto’s signature products. Etched with a repeating diamond motif (1,500 to be exact) that recalls the tiled façade of the historic Casa dos Bicos house in Lisbon, the dynamic cork structure also nods the architecture and intricate azulejo tile work of the São Bento train station in Porto, with its intricate texture and commanding form.” Read more about the project here.