Frederick Wolf is an alumnus of the University of Virginia's undergraduate
and Masters programs in Architecture. He has taught architectural design
studios as a visiting critic and adjunct faculty member at the University
since the fall of 1998.
Fred has practiced in Princeton, New York City and Charlottesville - most
notably in the offices of Michael Graves Architect, Skidmore, Owings and
Merrill, Peter Gluck and Partners and Bushman Dreyfus Architects. Among
the numerous projects he has been involved with, he served on a design
team at SOM for the JFK International Arrivals Building - Terminal 4 completed
in 2001, was the project architect for the Kaplan Residence in Chicago
while working with Peter Gluck and was a senior designer and project manager
for the Charlottesville Center for the Contemporary Arts Building while
at Bushman Dreyfus. The works with which he has been associated have been
published through The New York Times, Progressive Architecture, Architectural
Record, the Ten Houses series and The New American House 3.
He is currently practicing as a partner in the recently established firm
of WOLF ACKERMAN DESIGN. The firm has a diverse range of projects that
vary widely in typology and scale. The partners experience includes the
design of furniture, exhibition display and lighting with a specific interest
in design-build opportunities. Fred Wolf is currently a registered architect
in the State of New York.