Daniel Ostendorf joined Curtis & Windham Architects in 2012 after earning his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame. A recipient of the Paris, Rome, Athens Prize, his education included a year of training in Italy and travel throughout Europe and Central America. His studies were supplemented by a concentration in Architectural Practice and Enterprise through the University’s business school. At Curtis & Windham, Daniel has led the design of the St. Theresa Rectory in Sugarland, Texas and managed the design and construction of several country houses in the Texas Hill Country as well as renovations and new construction of urban residences in the city of Houston. Daniel is a member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and on the board of Houston Chapter of the Young Professionals ICAA.