Sandy Wolf, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Associate | Architect
Ohio native Sandy Wolf earned her dual bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Interior Architecture from Auburn University, and spent her thesis year at the school’s prestigious Rural Studio. Through that design-build program based in rural Alabama, she learned to weld, pour concrete, and “generally tolerate manual labor in the Alabama heat.”
Despite – or possibly thanks to – that experience, her career since has largely focused on urban settings. She relocated to Seattle in 2010, and prior to joining Board & Vellum, served as managing principal at a firm specializing in residential projects ranging from million dollar speculative homes to multi-family apartment buildings. Her résumé also includes designing commercial interiors for a Fortune 500 Company.
Although she loves exploring the PNW’s great outdoors, the self-proclaimed foodie, recycling enthusiast, and public transport devotee calls the city home. She lives with her husband and pet hedgehog, Frenchy, in Ballard, where she serves on the Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board.