Curtis Fish is an associate AIA member and a LEED Accredited Professional, who is focused on developing innovative project delivery methods and the development and application of sustainable design solutions to new projects in the region.
In 2005 he received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from UTSA’s School of Architecture and COLFA. He had the honor to produce work during this period that received accolades, publications, and an international design award. He earned a Master of Architecture degree from UTSA’s College of Architecture in 2007.
At Kell Munoz Architects, Curtis contributed to a number of projects including; the renovation of a university’s student center in New Orleans which sought to revitalize its campus following the regional devastation from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, development of a schematic design proposal for a new Smithsonian museum in Washington D.C., and numerous public and educational buildings in the region. He also had the honor to participate in multiple installation projects at the Museo Alameda del Smithsonian including the design of an installation for its grand opening.
Curtis has been affiliated with the College of Architecture since 2005 and is currently an adjunct faculty member teaching in the foundation studios. Beginning in 2008 he has also partnered with several local contractors on numerous residential and small commercial projects to promote innovative project delivery methods such as design-build and to apply sustainable and cost effective design solutions.