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  I bring the education communities together to ensure that all stakeholders are heard and the best design evolves for community at large.

Ray Wolfe

Principal, Architecture

Vancouver, British Columbia

As our British Columbia education sector lead, Ray specializes in creating campus master plans, designing new buildings, and providing solutions for complicated renovations. He sees the process of design as being collaborative, transparent, integrated, and constantly evolving from project to project. Ray brings energy and enthusiasm to the design process and believes that listening and clearly understanding the design problem creates a strong point of departure for creative and artistic solutions.

He most recently transformed an abandoned Canadian Department of National Defense into a new university campus. The new campus in Chilliwack, BC for the University of the Fraser Valley was awarded the 2013 WAN (World Architecture News), Best in Class for University Buildings.

For Ray, the challenge of designing extraordinary, student-centered spaces brings focus to all of his projects—whether working for a student union or designing state of the art campuses.


The Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) recognized our work on the Thompson Rivers University Students Union with a Special Jury Award. Both Architecture BC and Western Builder recognized this award in the 2010 issues.

Continuing to champion great design in Western Canada, I’m working with Tomer Curiel of Colliers Project Leaders to guide Selkirk College through a major renovation on their campus.

Core principles and concerns of modern educational design? World Architecture News interviewed me and one other designer to share our perspectives.

When creating the university village design concept for Thompson Rivers University, I took my ideas to the community and got the thumbs up—with stick-on dots.

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