An Interview With A WOLF Architect – WOLF Architects Melbourne

As a newly registered architect with a young practice, job scope was limited. The opportunity to create outstanding buildings was not paramount, and I focused on how my work had direct impact on living. From being practical to beautiful it all affected how we live and I think I started to understand for the first time how much Architecture was about People. My intention for being an architect, grew from individual survival, to incorporating positive impact on other lives.

WOLF Architects has expanded significantly over the years and I see it continuing as a leader in the industry and brand recognized for excellence. The practice is a harmonious eco-system of positive staff and clients with a respect and responsibility to the environment. As our team and body of works expands, I’m able to see a broader view of what WOLF Architects can mean. My intention for being an architect today has moved towards mentoring and inspiring others to find excellence within themselves.

Contemplation for why we do what we do is a crucial component of a fulfilled life. One’s reason does not have to be absolute or perfect, but it must be clear. The choice to be an architect for many may be just a stepping stone, but understanding this invites passion and commitment which in my experience leads to whatever destiny has in mind. In my case, I did not take the straight, obvious or easy path, but I chose with reason and that gave me the fire and passion to take every step with full conviction. I didn’t become the dance champion of the World but that’s ok, because it all still contributed towards being a better architect, which was what Destiny had in mind all along.

Catering to the World from a beautiful studio in Malvern East.

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