Jack Brown Group Home | Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Architecture’s Great Responsibility to Community

If communities were simply held together by lines and boundaries, our work would be simpler. At Selser Schaefer Architects, we understand that people, not proximity, put unity in community. With each project, we not only explore how people interact with […]

Cherokee Nation Jack Brown Center

Giving Structure to Adolescents Through Community

Being part of a community makes us feel accepted and gives us a sense of pride. It also presents us with accountability to a set of shared values and responsibilities…aspects that will make a difference in the lives of Native […]

Cherokee Nation Health Centers

Bringing Wellness Closer to Home

In rural communities, access to nearby health care can be limited or unavailable. Cherokee Nation’s new Sam Hider Community Health Center in Jay and Cooweescoowee Health Center in Ochelata are changing that dynamic. Designed by Selser Schaefer Architects, the clinics […]

The Atherton Hotel

Welcoming Presidents and Cowboys

The Atherton Hotel has been a “State-ly” presence at OSU since 1949, hosting the likes of Will Rogers and President Ronald Reagan. Improvements are in order, however, for this Historic Hotels of America member. Selser Schaefer Architects has the honor […]

Hogan Assessments

Restoring an Urban Edge

Born from the desire to be part of the revitalization of the downtown Tulsa community, Hogan Assessments’ new headquarters is restoring an urban edge at a previously empty, unproductive corner at 1st and Greenwood. The building will engage the street […]

The Chemistry of Community

Selser Schaefer Architects Expands in Cool Environment

Communities have a way of growing in the right conditions. Such is the case with our own team after we remodeled the historic Tulsa Ice Company building into our new office. Like water expanding as it freezes, our team has […]