Christopher Wolf

Licensed Architect, MArch., BA Arch.


University of Illinois at Chicago
Master in Architecture, 2002

University of Washington
Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies, 1998

Christopher Wolf holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington, Seattle, and Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. His early student work focused on his interest in materiality and detail, while his graduate work expanded his knowledge of urban and social issues.

Through his 14 year career, Chris has gained valuable experience on many types and scales of architectural work, from residences to school and institutional buildings. He has been active in all phases of the architectural process from conceptual planning and schematic design through contract drawing, engineering coordination, and contract administration.

Buildings Chris has worked on that have received recognition include: the 2010 AIA Dallas Design Citation for his work on Cedar Ridge High School; 2007 AIA Chicago Distinguished Building Award and a Citation of Merit for 235 VBF. Additionally, the House Dayton received the 2007 AIA Chicago Divine Detail Award along with the 2007 Chicago Interior Award.

Chris is a proud father of one and enjoys travel, exploring new cuisine, and kicking back. Recently he has begun to learn the piano, to accompany his daughter on violin and wife on guitar.