Preserving History — and Resources

Sustainability is Part of Good Design

If you’re like us, you’ll often hear “sustainable design” described as if it’s a certain category of architecture separate from others. At Selser Schaefer Architects, we believe sustainability is an inherent principle of good design that is consciously woven into […]

Projects Preserving History

Muscogee (Creek) Council House It’s our privilege to be working with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Cultural Center & Archives, Historical Preservation Office and Tribal Construction, as well as the University of Tulsa Department of Anthropology and our preservation consultant, Walter […]

Speaking Out About Sustainability

ASSOCIATION FOR TRIBAL ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES, AND MUSEUMS (ATALM) CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON, D.C. Robert Schaefer AIA, LEED AP BD+C moderated a panel of speakers telling their stories of collaboration to restore the historic Muscogee (Creek) Nation Council House in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. […]

A Fresh Coat of Caring

When it comes to protecting our resources for a better future, people come first. That’s why our staff members set everything aside to reach out and make a difference during the Tulsa Area United Way’s Annual Day of Caring in […]

50 Making a Difference

Every year, The Journal Record in Tulsa names 50 women making a difference for their work impacting the community. Our firm is pleased that our own Janet Selser AIA, LEED AP BD+C has been named to the 2015 list of […]