Russell Windham, a founding principal of Curtis & Windham Architects, has established a practice committed to the classical tradition.
A native Texan, his early architectural career was formed in various offices, before returning to Houston to collaborate with William Curtis in 1992. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, and has also served as the President of the Texas Chapter. In 1999, he and William Curtis received that organization’s Arthur Ross Award, which honors architects working in the classical tradition. He has lectured and exhibited in Texas, across the country, and at the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art in New York. The firm’s work has been published in the monograph A Vision of Place, as well as in various journals. A graduate of Texas Tech University, Mr. Windham enjoys serving on juries at various architecture schools throughout the United States, and as a Director of the Memorial Park Conservancy.