EUA Welcomes Healthcare Senior Design Architect Brian Wolff

December 5, 2018

Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) is excited to announce the addition of Brian Wolff, AIA, NCARB as Senior Design Architect to the Healthcare Studio. Wolff possesses extensive experience designing healthcare environments and will use his understanding of how cultural identity, building systems, sustainability and technology work together to create inspired spaces.

 

“Brian brings distinctive global experience and an appreciation for how important the patient experience is to healthcare design,” said EUA Vice President and Healthcare Studio Director Kristin Dufek. “We are excited to have Brian join our team and apply his creativity and knowledge to create progressive healthcare environments.”

With much of his project experience focused in healthcare, Wolff has worked throughout the many stages of a project for a variety of building typologies. He enjoys the research and development component of design that requires discovering information to help clients make informed decisions that will elevate experiences for patients, staff and the community.

When describing his passion for design, Wolff said, “At its heart, architecture is about people, and my passion is using my creative intuition to empower others through the built environment.”

For additional information, please visit the firm’s website at eua.com.

 

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