Visiting Assistant Professor
Kevin Wolfe is trained as an architect and landscape architect and has been practicing both disciplines since 1988. Mr. Wolfe has been involved with the design and planning of important public works projects, parks and private landscapes, as well as many private residential projects in New York City and its suburbs. He is a licensed architect in the State of New York and in the State of New Jersey.
Mr. Wolfe is an award-winning journalist who writes on architecture, interior design, landscape design and historic preservation for magazines, including Garden Design, Metropolis, House Beautiful, Colonial Homes, and Traditional Home. He contributed to several books including Long Island's Great Estates, 1860-1940, for The Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, published in 1997 and is the author of This Salubrious Spot—100 Years at Douglas Manor, published in 2006.
Mr. Wolfe received a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University, a Master of Arts from Clark University, a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from The City College of New York, and a Bachelor of Arts from Holy Cross College.