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Jack Larimore

Senior Associate, Interiors

Longtime collaborator Jack Larimore joined CBP as Senior Associate in 2015. His career began in the 1970s in large-scale landscape and urban design, shifted to residential construction, and evolved into furniture making and sculpture, for which he became a frequent interior design partner. Along the way, he taught for 12 years as a professor in the University of the Arts Craft Department and co-founded the Philadelphia Furniture League, Furniture Society, and Museum for Art in Wood. Jack has held fellowships at the Oregon College of Art and Design and Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center. His works have been widely exhibited and are in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Michener Museum of Art, and Pennsylvania Convention Center. He holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Michigan State University.

“My maker self is consumed with reasoning through the choosing of materials, making connections, considering surfaces, and obsessing over details.”

Jack spearheads interior design, ensuring exterior concepts extend holistically to interiors via material and color choices, furniture selection, and detailing. Most importantly, Jack is both sounding board and sage, imparting his years of wisdom and experience within and outside the architecture community to help CBP remain one of the city’s leading design voices.

Jack and his wife live in Bridgeton, New Jersey, on a 10-acre farm where they tend a menagerie of animals and gardens. He has two grown children and three grandchildren. In his free time, Jack enjoys reading (Ocean Vuong and Tom Robbins are favorite authors) and keeping up with the art world.

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