Seth Welty

Adjunct Assistant Professor - Architecture
Master and Bachelor of Architecture, Tulane University
Office Hours:

by appointment only

Research and Teaching Interests:

Design | Develop | Build, Drawing, Materiality and Assembly, Making Stuff | Doing Things

Courses:

DSGN 1100 and 1200 - First Year Studio; DSGN 2200/6200 - Second Year Studio; DSGN 4100/5100/7300 - Options Studio; ATCS 4225/6225 Advanced Technical Fabrication

Bio:

Seth Welty is the principal architect at the Colectivo design firm in New Orleans. His professional work includes speculative research projects, self-developed design/build, architectural and furniture fabrication, and typical architectural practice. Recent work in the region has garnered AIA recognition and has been featured in Dwell. Prior to his work in New Orleans, Seth was a Rose Architectural Fellow working on public interest design projects in the Gulf South region.

Work:
At the Tulane School of Architecture, Seth teaches a range courses including core curriculum studios as well as advanced elective studios and seminars. Ongoing research topics include contemporary infill development within a historic fabric, speculative reuse of urban industrial facilities, creative modes of assembly, re-envisioning mid-century home plan books as a means of architectural communication, and small-scale architectural interventions in natural environments. Through the Tulane Small Center, Seth frequently leads small research teams on investigative and speculative proposals for community partners to help provide a future vision for their organizations.

Seth Welty

Adjunct Assistant Professor - Architecture
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