Gary Wolf, AIA

Having first established independent practice in 1987, Gary Wolf, FAIA, formed Gary Wolf Architects in 1991. Gary’s professional training in both architecture and architectural history underlies Wolf Architects' approach to architecture and is reflected in the firm’s awards for new design as well as historic preservation.




  • Master of Architecture, Princeton University

  • Master of Architectural History, University of Virginia

  • Bachelor of Arts, Cornell University

Lectures and Teaching

  • Guest Lecturer: Rhode Island School of Design, Tufts University, Harvard University Professional Development Program, Massachusetts Historical Commission Annual Conference, The Boston Preservation Alliance, Traditional Building Conference, Old South Meeting House

  • Studio Critic: Harvard Graduate School of Design, Wentworth Institute of Technology. Guest Juror: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rhode Island School of Design

Professional Activity

  • Docomomo, New England: Board Member, Vice President

  • Boston Society of Architects: Moderator for Panel Discussion "Traces of the Future"; Participant in Panels at Build Boston and Residential Design and Construction; Former Chair of Membership Committee

  • Society of Architectural Historians, New England: Former Board Member

  • Weston Zoning Board: Former Member


  • Articles or chapters in Architectural Review; Architizer; Clog; Historic New England; Drawing Toward Home; Old & New Architecture: Design Relationship; Stirling + Wilford: American Buildings