Emilie Taylor Welty

Interim Director, Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, Professor of Practice
Master of Architecture, Tulane University; Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology, University of Southern Mississippi
Research and Teaching Interests:
Public Interest Design

Design Build

 

Courses:

DSGN 4200/5200 Option Studio – Design Build

DSGN 3100

ATCS 4225/6225 – Fabrication Seminar

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A native of South Louisiana, Emilie works at the Tulane School of Architecture as a Professor of Practice and as Design Build Manager at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design. Welty's education includes a technical building background at the University of Southern Mississippi followed by a Masters Degree in Architecture at Tulane, and work with BILD design in New Orleans. Emilie brings experience and praxis in the making and teaching of design. She is a leader in the design/build field, and at Small Center, she focuses on teaching students how to be better designers, makers, and citizens. Through the Small Center Emilie is able to guide projects and community partnerships that provide opportunities for faculty and students to engage real issues in the community through design. Welty’s recent design build studios include Grow Dat Youth Farm, LOOP, and the Big Class Writers’ Room.  

Emilie also has a design firm in New Orleans with Seth Welty and Dan Etheridge called Colectivo. Together with Sarah Satterlee and Katie Nguyen they make stuff and do things. 

Emilie Taylor Welty

Interim Director, Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, Professor of Practice
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