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  • Custodial History note
  • Scope and Contents note
  • Preferred Citation note
  • Conditions Governing Access note
  • Biographical/Historical note

  • Title: Harry Wolf Architect records
    Identifier/Call Number: 0000346
    Contributing Institution: Architecture and Design Collection, Art, Design & Architecture Museum
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 20.0 Linear feet
    Date (inclusive): circa 1970-ca. 2014
    Location note: Mosher- boxes, models, rolls
    creator: Wolf Associates.
    creator: Wolf, Harry, 1935-

    Custodial History note

    Gift of Dan Wilen, 2015.

    Scope and Contents note

    This collection contains rolls of architectural drawings, boxes of slides and project files, as well as models of buildings designed by Harry Wolf Architect throughout his career. The models include the UCSB Ocean Science Education building proposed model, the Tampa Tower, and Kansai Airport in Osaka, Japan. The slide notebooks and project files are organized by project or original client name.

    Preferred Citation note

    Harry Wolf Architect records, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.

    Conditions Governing Access note

    Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.

    Biographical/Historical note

    Harry Wolf is an American architect, born in North Carolina in 1935. He graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology, and received a bachelor in architecture from M.I.T in 1960. After graduating, Wolf worked at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill in New York, then founded his own firm, Wolf Architecture, in North Carolina. After several years, he returned to New York, where he practiced for 21 years. In the late 1980s he moved his life and practice to Los Angeles.
    A modernist, Wolf has won five American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Honor Awards and numerous regional and state awards for several of his more than 300 designs.