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Senior Associate

Alfred Seeling


Bachelor of Architecture,
Western Australian Institute of Technology


Professional Experience

Alfred Seeling has 35 years of experience both locally and internationally. Early in his career, he worked in Europe, the United Kingdom and Japan with the acclaimed Pritzker-winning architect, Lord Norman Foster before returning to Australia in 1996. He worked briefly at JCY before joining Woods Bagot. That position took Alf to Dubai where he was the key design principal for the Middle East. Alf recently returned to Australia and was working for the Western Australia state architect before joining Architectus.

Alf’s interests lie in the conceptual stages of major projects, where the client’s brief and the full potential of a project are established and visualised. He has diverse expertise across sectors, including highly technical projects in Defence and aviation. He has many years of experience in detail design and overseeing on-site delivery, which – along with his ability to thoroughly analyse and understand project parameters – leads to inspired and responsible solutions.

In 2013, as part of his role on the advisory group with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Alf contributed to design discussions for the World Trade Centre One project in New York, which is the tallest building in North America. In 2019, Alf was selected as a member of the Western Australian State Design Review Panel.