Seth Embry

Seth Embry

Brooklyn, NY, US



Architectural designer and artist residing in Brooklyn. Extensive experience in Retail Store Design, Residential / Mixed-Use Development, and Educational Facility projects. Personal work focuses on psychological and spiritual requirements and ramifications of spatial design, the extraction of designed form from cultural artifact and performative experience, and the adaptation of biological and zoological properties to architectural experimentation.


Seth's Featured Articles on Archinect

Archinect Op-Ed: A Response to Nicolai Ouroussoff’s Article , Thu, Apr 1 '10

Having recently had the pleasure of reading Alexandra Lange's critique of the New York Times' resident architectural critic Nicolai Ouroussoff on Design Observer, I realized that I wasn't alone in my unappreciative assessment of his writing. This article has only intensified my antipathy into ...

Archinect Op-Ed: A Response to Nicolai Ouroussoff’s Article


ZERZA ARCHITECTS, New York, NY, US, Freelance Intermediate Architect

Jan 2014 - current

J. Crew Corporation, New York, NY, US, Store Design Coordinator

Junior Member of the three-person in-house Architecture team, responsible for design, renovation, and construction of J.Crew and Madewell stores nationwide.

Apr 2007 - May 2011

Gruzen Samton Architects, LLP, Freelance Junior Architect

Aug 2006 - Mar 2007

Jeffrey Hutchison & Associates, Freelance Junior Architect

Jul 2005 - Oct 2005
Sep 2004 - May 2005


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2012 - current

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Completed extensive courses of study in Architecture and German.

Aug 1999 - Apr 2004


German Minor, Other


Upper Division Pin-Up “Top Ten”, Award

Pin-Up competition required for entry into third year of program. Only the top 60% were allowed to continue into third year. The top 10% were accorded special mention.


Florida Merit Scholar, Award


UF Honors Program, Other


Areas of Specialization 


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