Celebration of Life for Wayne Troyer

Family, friends, and colleagues of Wayne Troyer gathered together at the Marigny Opera House on June 9th to celebrate Wayne’s life and legacy. Posted here are the service itself and the slideshow that was projected on screen throughout. Thank you to everyone who attended, who sent in photos, and who helped to put the event […]

Remembering Wayne J. Troyer, FAIA

Contact: John Guarnieri 504.635.1101 Email FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: STUDIOWTA FOUNDER + DESIGN DIRECTOR WAYNE J. TROYER, FAIA, DIES AT 66 On Friday, May 3rd, our founder, mentor, and friend, Wayne Troyer, FAIA, passed away after a two and a half year battle against pancreatic cancer. As the founder of Wayne Troyer Architects and, most recently, […]

Wayne Troyer Elevated to AIA’s College of Fellows

Contact: John Guarnieri 504.593.9074 x101 Photos available online at studioWTA’s website FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WAYNE TROYER ELEVATED TO AIA’s COLLEGE OF FELLOWS New Orleans, Louisiana, February 10, 2017 – Award-winning architecture firm studioWTA is proud to announce induction of its founder, Wayne Troyer, into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects […]

Promotion Announcement

The partners of studioWTA are pleased to announce the promotion of Toni DiMaggio and Ross Karsen to Senior Associate. Join us in congratulating them as we recognize their hard work and dedication.

Partnership Announcement

studioWTA is pleased to announce that Tracie Ashe and Julie Babin have joined Wayne Troyer in partnership in the firm. Join us in congratulating them during this exciting time.    

Case Study: 511 Marigny Historic Steel Window Restoration

At the southern tip of the Marigny Triangle, close to the Mississippi River, stands a three-story brick structure that once anchored the Alden Mills hosiery factory. Founded in 1891, the operation quickly grew to become one of the largest knitting mills in the South. The main “shoebox”-shaped mill building along Decatur Street, was constructed in […]

Wayne Troyer on Phillis Wheatley Elementary School

studioWTA’s Wayne Troyer discusses the significance of Phillis Wheatley Elementary School designed in 1954 by Charles Colbert. The iconic midcentury modern school was demolished, despite protests, by the Recovery School District of New Orleans in June 2011.