Thalassa Curtis, AIA, LEED AP is an Associate Principal of Joeb Moore & Partners, Architects. Curtis received her BA from Barnard College and MArch from Yale University where she received the David Taylor Prize. While studying at Yale, Curtis also received a Samuel H. Kress research fellowship for her work with the Archaeological Excavations at Caesarea Maritima, Israel.
Curtis has served as a guest juror at Yale University, Barnard College, University of New Mexico, and Pratt Institute and lectured at the New School for Design. Curtis’s background in archaeology, art history, and landscape architecture significantly influences both her design and research – including current work on native plant cultivation and restoration methods in upstate New York.