Bachelor of Architecture,
Western Australian Institute of Technology
Alfred Seeling has over 33 years’ experience both locally and internationally, working in Europe, UK and Japan with Lord Norman Foster before returning to Australia in 1996 where he worked briefly with Paul Jones at JCY before joining Woods Bagot. Alf relocated to Dubai and was the key design principal for the Middle East and worked on projects internationally. Alf recently returned to Australia and has been working with the WA state architect before joining Architectus.
Alf’s key roles and interests lie in the conceptual stages of major projects where working closely with the client the brief and potential of a project are established and visualised. He has many years of experience in detail design and on-site which, together with a thorough analysis of project parameters, inspired and responsible solutions are realised.
In 2013, Alf contributed to the deliberations on the World Trade Centre One project in New York, classified as the tallest building in North America, as part of his role on the advisory group with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.