David Woolf

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David Woolf, Professor, Distinguished Dana Professor

e-mail: dwoolf@norwich.edu

T: 802-485-2632

David Woolf earned his undergraduate degree in Graphic Design from the University of Cincinnati. While enrolled in their cooperative work/study program, he worked in cities such as Dayton, Chicago, New York, and London. In graduate school at Harvard, he studied architecture under internationally known architects and shared a studio with painter Paul Rotterdam. After earning his M.Arch., David moved to New York City to work for architect Richard Meier. While at Meier’s office, he served as a designer on projects including the Hartford Theological Seminary and the Arts and Crafts Museum in Frankfurt, Germany. Later, he opened his own office in the Tribeca area of NYC with a group of friends including architects, a landscape architect, and a graphic designer. In addition to residential work, his clients included film production companies and advertising and modeling agencies. During this time, he taught architecture at the New York Institute of Technology and the City College of New York. He later moved his practice to Vermont so his two young children could grow up near their grandparents. There he started teaching at Norwich and received his MFA in Visual Art. David currently teaches the Master of Architecture thesis class and seminars on design and the process of art making. David was awarded the Norwich University Dodge Award for teaching excellence and a Dana Professorship for distinguished academic achievement and professional accomplishment. His work has been recognized in several architectural competitions including a high mention for the International Center of Communications, Paris, France. His architectural drawings have been exhibited in galleries and museums and his architectural design work has been published in professional journals such as Progressive Architecture and Interior Design. In addition to his full time teaching responsibilities David continues to practice architecture and exhibit his visual art.

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