A Forum About the Future of Education Design
Heinrich Wolff is an architect and project manager with over 20 years experience. His work has received many awards, including the Daimler Chrysler Award for Architecture (2007), the Lubetkin Award (2005) and in 2011 he was elected as the Designer of the Future by the Wouter Mikmak Foundation. He has held several academic appointments, including as a visiting professor at the ETH Zürich (2014–2015), Università Iuav di Venezia (2013), Washington University in St. Louis (2015) and has been an adjunct associate professor at University of Cape Town.
Ilze Wolff is an architect and scholar with experience in design, teaching and heritage consulting. She received a MPhil in Heritage and Public Culture from the African Studies Unit at University of Cape Town. Ilze co-founded Open House Architecture in 2007, a transdisciplinary research practice which she continues to direct parallel to Wolff.