Our Inspiration

At Selser Schaefer Architects, we don’t specialize in a particular project type or architectural style. Free from restrictions, we listen, learn and collaborate with our clients — who, as luck would have it, are a remarkably creative lot. The good fortune […]

Hardesty Arts Center

Creative Spaces for Creative People

The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa has been making the arts more accessible to the community since 1967 in Tulsa’s historic Harwelden Mansion. While Harwelden has long been a venue for events and arts organizations, it lacked the rough […]

BAPS Freshman Academy Fine Arts Addition

Creative Spaces for Creative People

Selser Schaefer Architects and Perkins+Will, design architect, drew inspiration from educators and administrators to design choir, band and orchestra spaces to spark the creative spirit of students and the community. An exciting new addition is the Black Box Theater – […]

CAMPStreet nr. 101

Creative Spaces for Creative People

The centerpiece of the thriving arts community on the edge of downtown San Antonio, CAMPStreet Residences is an adaptive reuse urban loft whose former life was the historic 1926 Duerler Candy Factory. Designed for two designers, nr. 101 uses simple […]

Ice House

Creative Spaces for Creative People

A rebirth of the former Tulsa Ice Company building built in the 1920s, Selser Schaefer Architects’ own Ice House is more than a creative, urban work environment for the firm. In giving the building its soul back and remaining true […]

Opening the Possibilities

New Dubuque Office

November 2013 — Selser Schaefer Architects is on the move to a second office in Dubuque, Iowa. The historic yet progressive riverfront city, just minutes from both Illinois and Wisconsin, is filled with beautiful, old brick buildings — witnesses to […]