Tricia Stuth

Tricia Stuth

Tricia Stuth, AIA is an Associate Professor and the James R. Cox Professor at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, and a Co-founder and Partner in the firm curb. Her practice and research are focused on the unseen aspects of site as a vehicle for connecting design to place in significant ways. At UT, she teaches design studio and co-directed The New Norris House - a design/build/evaluate initiative awarded an AIA COTE Top Ten Green Award, ASLA National Honor Award, ACSA Design/Build Award, a Residential Architect Merit Award, an NCARB Prize for Creative Integration of Practice and Education, and US EPA P3 Sustainable Design Awards. Stuth is the recipient of the ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award, the AIA Young Architect Award and an ACSA|AIA Housing Design Education Award. Design work by curb has been widely recognized, including National Housing Design and National Small Project Awards, and more than a dozen regional, state, and local design awards. Her design work and writings appear in numerous academic journals and professional publications. Ms. Stuth holds both BS (1995) and MArch (1997) degrees from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, and her professional career includes time in the offices of the Miller|Hull Partnership, Seattle, WA, Ellis Miller Architects, Cambridge, England, and KieranTimberlake, Philadelphia, PA.