Born 1986 in Portland, OR/USA.
Curtis Roth studied architecture at Portland State University, OR/USA and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA/USA, where he was awarded both the AIA Henry Adams Medal as well as the Ralph Adams Cram Thesis Prize. He currently works as an assistant professor of architecture at the Knowlton School of Architecture at the Ohio State University, Columbus, OH/USA where he previously served as both the Richard W. Trott Distinguished Visiting Professor (2012–2013) and the Howard E. Lefevre Emerging Practitioner Fellow (2013–2014).
Curtis Roth was one of eight partners of OfficeUS, an experimental architectural practice founded within the US Pavilion during the 14th Architecture Biennale at La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.
His research and design work has been published in Volume, PLAT, Graz Architekture Magazin, and Kerb, among others. His work has most notably been exhibited at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale and at the Branvard Gallery at the Knowlton School of Architecture.