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Since its founding in 2012, Wolff Architects has aimed to cultivate, in its own words, “an enduring public culture around the city, space, and personhood.” Informed by the colonial history of its surroundings, the Cape Town-based firm excavates sites of historic inequity and erasure, using design, research, and advocacy tools to construct what it calls an “architecture of consequence.” From urban-scale infrastructure to handmade zines, its work embraces “a multiplicity of means of representation and expression, rather than accepting the constraint of speaking through buildings,” according to The Architectural Review.

Current Work: Wolff Architects
Image: Wolff Architects | Cheré Botha School, Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa, 2017. Image credit: Dave Southwood

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