Edit ModuleShow Tags

Face of Archictecture

Julie Babin, Tracie Ashe and Wayne Troyer

Owners of studioWTA

Founded in 1991, studioWTA has an extensive and distinguished portfolio of historic renovation, adaptive re-use, and new construction projects. The award-winning architecture, planning, and interior design practice prioritizes early and meaningful collaboration with clients and expert consultants, which enables them to create unique architectural design solutions that are sensitive and responsive to each project’s parameters.

In 2016, Tracie Ashe and Julie Babin joined founding member Wayne Troyer as partners in the firm. Wayne, Tracie, and Julie are each inspired by the vibrancy of New Orleans culture and believe in creating designs that explore contemporary ideas and new materials while complementing the historic architectural tapestry of the city.

This year, Wayne Troyer was inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Membership in the College is the AIA’s most prestigious honor and is bestowed upon member architects who have made outstanding contributions to architecture and society through design excellence and advocacy.

1119 Tchoupitoulas Street  /  New Orleans, LA 70130  /  504-593-9074  /  studioWTA.com

Faces of Design is an advertorial feature highlighting leaders of design in New Orleans.

You Might Also Like

JLNO Loves Insurance

Bon Appétit! Fête Fantastique

A Garden District Classic

With stories to tell


Melanie and Mickey Loomis turned to designer Shaun Smith for their chateau-inspired house.

Wine Accessories

Handy gadgets and tips

Add your comment:

WWLTV Segment

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Latest Posts

Get Naked

Natural, rustic and deconstructed, naked cakes have gone from trendy to timeless

Benson On The Altar

Real Wedding: Hoddinott-Richardson

Shelley Hoddinott married Tyler Richardson Oct. 1, 2016, at The Peristyle in City Park. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the Pavilion of the Two Sisters.

Thoughts on Walking Up Not Out

Be kind, yes, always – but kindness alone is not the solution to the problem.

A Much Needed Bloom

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags