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2012 Interview with Kate Walker



Harry Wolf was born in Charlotte.  He graduated in 1958 from the Georgia Tech School of Architecture.  Then he went to MIT from 1958-1960. 

After working for a few firms including Odell and Graves & Toy, he founded Wolf Johnson Associates in Charlotte in 1966.  That became Wolf Associates in late 1966.  After doing extensive work in the Charlotte banking industry, Wolf moved to New York in 1983 and then to Los Angeles in 1988. 

He appeared briefly in the movie Concert of Wills about the making of the Getty Center.  His office is now in West Hollywood CA.

Most notably in Raleigh, he designed the 1978 addition to the NCSU School of Design, now called Kamphoefner Hall, above photo by Anne Pearlstein. Wolf has won 30+ awards from the national AIA including their Honor Award five times.  He has received one major AIA Design Award, on average, for about every year since 1966.  

1965 - The Luther Hartwell Hodges Jr. Residence, 357 Spillway Drive, Linville NC.
Won a 1966 South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award. Sold to Chalmers Poston.



1966 - The John H. Williams Residence, aka the Mountain Residence, 361 Spillway Drive, Banner Elk NC.  Next door to the Luther Hodges Jr. House. Built by Blythe and Isenhour.  Marley Carroll was the project architect.  Engineers:  R. V. Wasdell and Associates.  Featured in Architectural Record Houses of 1970.  Won a 1970 AIANC Merit Award and a 1970 South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award.  Still owned by the Williams family as of 2012.  Top photo by Tom Walters.  Small photos provided by Marley Carroll.

1973 - The Russel and Julie Patterson Residence, 40 Old Route 116, Hinesburg VT. Won a 1976 AIANC Honor Award.  Photos except aerial by Otto Bates.  Still owned by the Pattersons.



1979 - The Brown Guest House and Painters Studio, several structures
on one site in Charlotte NC.  Unbuilt. 

Around 1980 - The US Ambassador's Residence, Doha, Qatar.  Unbuilt.

2008 - The Decker Canyon Residence, Malibu CA.  Unbuilt.

Sources include:  History of The North Carolina Chapter of the AIA 1913-1998:  An Architectural Heritage by C. David Jackson and Charlotte V. Brown, Marley Carroll, Harry Wolf.