Spike Wolff works both as a freelance designer in Pittsburgh and as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, teaching undergraduate design studios, coordinating the school’s lecture series and curating the 2010 wats:ON festival. Recent freelance projects include The Hurricane a temporary jazz club in the Hill District and exhibition design for the Frick Art Museum in Pittsburgh. Spike moved to Pittsburgh from Los Angeles, where she worked on museum projects including The Getty Center, exhibition design for the Museum of Contemporary Art in LA and historic restoration projects of the Kaufmann House by Richard Neutra and the Loewy House by Albert Frey.