Jeff LaBoskey
Project Architect

At the start of his career, Jeff gained a broad range of architectural experience at Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Paris, SHoP Architects in New York, Tannerhecht Architecture and WRNS Studio in San Francisco. Prior to joining BPA+D, Jeff was an associate at Aidlin Darling Design in San Francisco, where he spent eleven years designing and managing residential, hospitality and retail projects.

As an architect, Jeff is most inspired by the unique site and client goals that each project provides, while remaining vigilant about protecting the natural world and striving to design environmentally and socially responsible buildings that enhance our connection to and appreciation of our surroundings. As a designer, he seeks to extract and distill those architectural inspirations to shape highly personal and site-specific spaces. As a project manager, he loves collaborating with great builders and fabricators and works to deliver well-crafted places that celebrate the art of making.

Jeff enjoys passing on his love for architecture by educating the next generation of designers, who will shape the future. Jeff has taught architecture studios at Harvard, UC Berkeley, and CCA and periodically serves as a visiting critic. Jeff also loves giving back in other ways through volunteering. He co-founded and chairs a 501(c)3 non-profit called The Sunbeam Foundation, which supports rare and underfunded pediatric cancer research.

Originally from the Bay Area, Jeff lives in Oakland with his wife and two young children. On weekends they can be found hiking, at soccer practice, or making homemade pizza together. Jeff’s other interests include cycling the roads and trails of the Bay Area or Sierras, gardening, or working on an art or furniture project.