Curtis Fentress is principal in charge of design at Fentress Architects, headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Fentress is internationally known as an innovative, award-winning designer of airports, museums, convention centers, laboratories, higher education, civic, and government buildings. The firm has been honored with more than 550 awards and accolades for design excellence and innovation, including over 100 AIA awards. Fentress was elevated to the College of Fellows in 1996, received the Thomas Jefferson Award and the AIA Western Mountain Region Silver Medal in 2010, and was named Architect of the Year by AIA Colorado in 2012. Fentress has won over 50 national and international design competitions and is a frequent juror and presenter. He is an alumnus of North Carolina State University’s College of Design.
Curtis Fentress will be participating in the second panel of the ACE-UIA International Conference on Design Competitions, 25 October 2019, UNESCO headquarters, Paris.