Tags: djs, nightclub
The laneway the venue is located on is named after American Architect, William Wolfe. However an administration error saw the āeā left off the Wolfe. Therefore the laneway is called Wolf Lane.
After researching William Wolfe, we discovered he exemplifies the characteristics of our desired clientele; well travelled, worldly, educated, artistic, ambitious, successful and passionate ... and Wolfe Lane was born.
William Wolfe was born in New York City and trained as an architect in Germany. In 1877, Wolfe migrated to Australia and began working in Sydney and Melbourne before settling in Perth, during the 1890's.
His Majesty's Theatre, a corner stone of Perth architecture, was completed in 1904. The theatre was designed by American architect, William Wolfe. Wolfe based his design on 19th century theatres of England and Europe and it stands as a fine example of Edwardian era architecture.
William Wolfe was also responsible for the design of the McNess Royal Arcade located in the Hay Street Mall and the City Hotel, built on the corner of King and Murray Streets in 1898, which still operates as a pub today: the Belgian Beer Café.