Laura A. B. Welsh
“I love engaging with individual clients at every stage of a project, considering how they will live and be comfortable in a space.”
Associate Laura A. B. Welsh’s love of classical design has long been the driving force behind her passion for architecture. Laura joined GPSA in 2011 after working at several prestigious firms in Pennsylvania and New York on projects around the country, including Los Angeles, Southampton, and Louisville. She graduated with her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame where she was also on the Dean’s List.
Laura’s recent projects at the firm include the complete renovation of an apartment on Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park in Manhattan, the restoration of an 1880’s Queen Anne-style summer home in Kennebunk, Maine, and the restoration of a Classical Revival house in San Francisco. In the past few years, her work has appeared in a number of books, including A Pattern Book for Gulf Coast Neighborhoods, A Decade of Art & Architecture 1992–2002, and Building Cities: Toward a Civil Society & Sustainable Environment.
Laura lives in New York City, with her husband, also an architect who works in restoration.