Bringing a truly global perspective to his work, New York decorator Vicente Wolf travels the world seeking out the extraordinary artifacts that enliven his clients’ homes. For the past three decades Vicente Wolf has fostered the global development of his brand through a simplicity-driven principle that infuses his many creative endeavours: interior design, photography, art collection and global travel.
A talented furniture designer, Wolf also creates comfortable, clean-lined pieces for his VW Home collection, which he sells at his Manhattan showroom alongside items sourced on his far-flung voyages.
From the spacious light-filled loft in New York City where his company is headquartered, Wolf and his team at Vicente Wolf Associates build on his passion for design, maintaining an impressive portfolio that spans multinational conglomerates and private homes to hotels and restaurants across the globe.
A designer who is also an admired photographer and style blogger, brings a focused approach to his interiors, conjuring airy, modern-minded spaces ready for their close-up. Many of the finest have a global-glam attitude, featuring blue-chip 20th-century furniture icons, a sprinkling of baroque antiques, Asian elements, and ethnographic treasures.
Always on the lookout for new ways in which to inspire the world of design, Wolf’s eye for detail has created a reputation for quality appreciated by his discerning client list, the creative industry as a whole, and his international partnerships with some of the world’s top luxury brands.
The remarkable photos he takes on these journeys appear in the pages of the three books he’s written on travel and interiors, including the forthcoming Lifting the Curtain on Design (The Monacelli Press, 2010).
House Beautiful named Vicente Wolf as one of the ten most influential designers in the United States and Interior Design Magazine inducted him into its Designer Hall of Fame. Selected as one of the top 100 designers in both Metropolitan Home’s “Design 100” and Architectural Digest’s “AD 100“.