Wolf brings over 30 years of experience in all aspects of architectural practice and is recognized for his leadership in the completion of a diverse portfolio of projects for private, not-for-profit and public clients in the Puget Sound Region, as well as nationally and internationally. His passion for city-building manifests itself in innovative communities for city dwellers of all ages.
Wolf chairs the American Institute of Architects’ national Contract Documents Committee and is a longstanding, former board member of the Washington State University School of Design and Construction Professional Advisory Board.
Favorite Project & Why
Over the past few years, we have been engaged with an amazing community of elders at Northaven in the Northgate neighborhood of Seattle. This forward-thinking group of individuals have a transformative vision to create a seniors’ hub within a diverse community of housing types and income levels, which has tapped both VIA’s urban design and architectural talents.
Favorite Thing About Your Job
I enjoy the relationships that architects and planners build with clients, communities and the end-users. I see us bringing our skill and training to facilitate and implement vision.
Favorite Thing to Do
I love living in a city and am fortunate to have access to so many experiences. My favorite activity is interacting with the diverse Capitol Hill neighborhood, whether it be having a cup of coffee, shopping for groceries or dining out while feeling connected to a vibrant and evolving place.