Philosophy 

Wettling Architects was founded on the belief that good design responds to its surrounding environment and resonates with the soul of a site in order to enhance the daily lives of its participants.

The firm guides clients toward a full realization of their vision by helping them conceptualize the greatest potential for their particular space. The goals are to integrate fun into function, to generate opportunities from site constraints, and to produce designs that are consistently bright, clear, and honest. The architects value the uniqueness of each client, site, and community, and are eager to approach each project – and each challenge therein – with fresh, inspired, case specific insights.

Wettling Architects is committed to producing the best possible solution for each individual client at the highest level of service and quality.

 
 

Principles

Space and Light
Details
Materials
 

Who We Are

Jack Wettling, AIA received his Architectural degree from University of Texas at Austin and achieved his LEED Accredited Certification in 2009. Upon founding Wettling Architects, Jack directed his focus toward projects of a more intimate scale and scope.

 

Publications

New York Times

Every Last Thing Finally in Its Place

The actor B. D. Wong’s home is a victory over “a profound discomfort with throwing things away."
Cottage White

A Hamptons Cottage

A 1920s home is transformed into a modern beach retreat
6sqft

Noho Apartment Boasts Vintage Detailing and Doubles as a Performance Venue

Casa Vogue (Brazil)

The Home of the Obsessive-Compulsive Actor

Design Bureau

Have Home, Will Travel

Los Angeles warmth infuses a subtly polished New York loft
ELLE Decor

What the Pros Know

A Chore No More: the new laundry rooms are high functioning spaces with touches of style
Livingetc

Star Performer

With its wit, drama and vibrant color, BD Wong's loft apartment is a welcoming space for friends and family
Metropolitan Home

Space Magic

Architect Jack Wettling reimagined a floor-through artist's loft in Manhattan for a young family of four without sacrificing privacy or openness
ELLE Decor

A Hamptons Home Renovation

Combining new and old, a home gets an open layout but keeps its classic details
Home Colors

Color in Architecture

Home Magazine

In Good Hands

A respectful owner keeps a classic home's details while opening up its dated layout and leveling off its sloping yard
House Beautiful

Bath of the Month

The Modern Agent

Exclusive Interview: Wettling Architects