Katherine Hart Thiel
Katherine Hart Thiel joined Curtis & Windham in 2009 after graduating magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. With an education in classical architecture that included a year of intensive study in Italy and elsewhere in Europe, she is fluent in the language of classical detail and proportion and knowledgeable of architectural history and context. She has played significant design roles on several substantial projects for the firm that range from institutional work to master planning, including the additions to the St. John’s School campus and the renovation of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, both in Houston, and the master plan for the town of Taos, New Mexico. Ms. Hart is also the primary designer of several residential projects in Houston. In addition, she has designed an extensive array of furniture, millwork, wrought iron and stone including the stone carving at the historic Julia Ideson Library in Houston. She is a member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art.