Thomas Wolf is an architect and shareholder of Delta Podsedensek Architects ZT GmbH. The current focus of his work is mainly on competitions & architectural studies.
He is responsible for the architecture of the Elisabethinen hospital Vienna and the Malteser religious house as well as for the residential development of the project Schichtgründe. After joining DELTA, one of his first projects was the laboratory and office building IFA Tulln. As one of the first laboratory buildings made of wood in Austria, the project was awarded the Lower Austrian timber construction prize in 2018. In 2010 he completed his studies of architecture at the Technical University of Vienna and received an award from Archidiploma for his diploma thesis.
Before his career at DELTA Group, Thomas Wolf worked for various renowned architectural offices in Vienna. His favorite leisure activities include first and foremost architecture, cooking, sports activities, and spending time with his family.