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Johnson Architecture names Jeremiah Corbett project architect

May 12, 2021

Jeremiah Corbett
Johnson Architecture Inc.

Johnson Architecture has named Jeremiah Corbett a project architect following successful completion of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE).

Corbett has contributed to several successful projects since joining the firm in 2018 as an intern architect, including the University of Tennessee-Knoxville West Campus Redevelopment Dining Hall; Knoxville Catholic High School auditorium; OTICS USA Kodak plant expansion; Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation’s Austin Homes redevelopment; Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Big Cove master plan and community building; and Adrian Burnett Elementary School.

“Jeremiah is a great collaborator and problem solver who strives to create spaces that foster social interaction and community,” said Daryl Johnson, founder and president of Johnson Architecture. “We are glad to add him to our growing staff of licensed architects.”

Corbett earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2018 from the University of Tennessee. His technical expertise includes Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Revit computer modeling.

Corbett serves on the design awards and programming committees for the East Tennessee Chapter of American Institute of Architects (AIA) and on the design awards committee for AIA Tennessee. He also volunteers with Keep Knoxville Beautiful.

Corbett lives in West Knoxville with his fiancée, Alexa Pavon, and two corgis, Watson and Oliver. In his spare time, he enjoys playing with his dogs and traveling to new cities.

About Johnson Architecture Inc.

Founded in 1994 by Daryl Johnson, AIA, Johnson Architecture is a design firm that provides architecture, planning and full in-house interior design services for facilities of all types. Johnson Architecture has designed various sized projects for numerous purposes, including commercial, educational, healthcare, residential, restaurant, tourism and spiritual. Notable clients include Blackberry Farm, Clayton Homes, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation, Covenant Health, DENSO, Zoo Knoxville and The University of Tennessee. For more information, visit