Congratulations to Denver architect Curtis W. Fentress for recently being awarded the Thomas Jefferson Award for Public Architecture by the American Institute of Architects. The honor has only been granted to private architects eight times in 19 years.
Fentress's notable Denver works include the Colorado Convention Center, Invesco Field at Mile High, the terminal at DIA, the Jefferson County Government Center, and the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Complex at 14th and Broadway. The architect has also dabbled internationally, with buildings in Qatar and South Korea.
Take a look at some of Fentress's work: