Seth Rosenman, AIA


Seth Rosenman leads the practice of Rosenman Associates Architects, the successor firm to Root Rosenman Architects.  He has over 30 years of experience in design and leadership roles, and numerous projects in Colorado, as well as on each coast.  His career has spanned all aspects of private practice, across a wide spectrum of building and project types, including commercial, public, institutional and residential commissions.


Seth earned both a bachelor’s degree in environmental design and a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Colorado.  He is the recipient of several design awards, and his work has been published in the journals Architecture, Architectural Record and Interiors, among several other periodicals. He is a recipient of an AIA Fisher Traveling Scholarship for “The Study of Contemporary Design Influences on Historic Campuses in the UK”, undertaken in 2007.


His many civic and professional engagements include serving on the Board of Directors of the Denver Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and mayoral appointments to the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission and Denver’s Development Review Task Force.  Seth served on the Board of Trustees of Historic Denver, Inc., and he has been a frequent guest critic and lecturer for the University of Colorado College of Architecture and Planning.  He was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of Canine Partners of the Rockies.  One of his drawings is in the permanent collection of the Department of Design and Architecture of the Denver Art Museum.