Our Story
Wolfhouse, a classic mid-century modern home located in Newburgh, NY, was built in 1949 by the preeminent American architect Philip Johnson, and commissioned by Ruth Wolf. Set atop a hillside just north of the Newburgh-Beacon bridge with panoramic views of the Hudson River, Wolfhouse bears much in common with Johnson’s most famous home, The Glass House, erected the same year. Meticulously restored to its original condition in 2020, Wolfhouse has now been reimagined as a cultural space with year-round programming.
ProgrammingThe Wolfhouse residence acts as the nexus for physical activations & initiatives. This includes unique exhibitions, events and lectures, brand partnerships and staging, filming, and residencies.
Please visit our site regularly for regular updates on schedule.
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The Wolfhouse is available for select rentals and events.
For more information please contact bookings@wolfhouseny.com.
Find us on: Airbnb, Plumguide, and VRBO.
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